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James David Lewis-Williams, The Mind in the Cave: Consciousness and the Origins of Art Quotes: In Lascaux and other sites, hoofs are depicted to show their underside, or hoofprint.
         

In Lascaux and other sites, hoofs are depicted to show their underside, or hoofprint.


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In Lascaux and other sites, hoofs are depicted to show their underside, or hoofprint.
         



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