Global prehistory: 30,000-500 B.C.E.

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Human expression existed across the globe before the written record. While prehistoric art of Europe has been the focus of many introductions to the history of art, very early art is found worldwide and shares certain features, particularly concern with the natural world and humans’ place within it. By permission, © 2013 The College Board


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