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The horses of Pech-Merle
Among the various panels discovered in the galleries of the Pech-Merle cave, that of the “Punctuated horses” is undoubtedly the most famous. It features two back-to-back horses, one directed to the right and the other to the left. The painting also includes a large fish drawn in red color (sturgeon or pike), the neck of a third horse, as well as six negative black hands, and seven red folded thumbprints. The panel also consists of no less than 252 punctuation marks.
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