El arte mueble Premagdaleniense en la región Cantábrica: una visión de conjunto
Premagdalenian mobiliar art in Cantabrian Spain: a complete view
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AuthorSalazar Cañarte, Sergio
ABSTRACT The Cantabrian Spain is known to be one of the places in which we can find some of the most relevant evidences of the rock art. But not only the caves were decorated, the daily objects were usually recorded with different motives and some of them were often used as pendants or ornament. This work attempts to analyze these objects during the early Upper Paleolithic which is really complicated due to the poor number of evidences we have. In spite of these difficulties, our evidences show a significant art in which we can find important works. The cantabrian mobiliar art in Premagdalenian is dominated by no figurative evidences which are close to the abstract behaviors while the figurative works are too unusual. This issue makes the cantabrian mobiliar art different or strange compared to the rest of Europe, which does not diminish the importance. To sum up, our task attempts to define a really complex art world.