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Annexes

Collapse

The centre of the chamber is occupied by a subsidence 10 m in diameter and 2 m deep, which transports the deposits to a lower network. The collapse, which has cut a stalagmite floor dated to around 7000 years ago, post-dates the passage of people in the cave. One of the pendants, engraved with an owl, is therefore now suspended over the void. The sections revealed show deposits pre-dating and contemporary with the Aurignacian use of the cave, which have allowed a reconstruction of this sector in the Palaeolithic period.

Anglais
Panoramique associé: 
Salle Hillaire - Sud
Type de notice: 
Cartel
Auteurs: 
Évelyne DEBARD
Catherine FERRIER
Bertrand KERVAZO
Médias: 
Média: 
Sol de la salle Hillaire
Taille: 
1x1
Média: 
Coupe dégagée par l’effondrement et Pendant au Hibou
Taille: 
1x1
Coordonnées: 
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