Texan Tourists Make Archeological Discovery in Hawaii

  • newser
  • August 10, 2016 18:01
Tourists discovered petroglyphs in Hawaii.

A pair of vacationers from Texas discovered previously-unknown petroglyphs thought to be at least 400 years old on a Hawaiian island beach. Lonnie Watson and Mark Louviere made the archeological find on Oahu. They located 10 unusually large (5-foot) images carved in sandstone across 60 feet of ...

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Neanderthal 'Artwork' Discovered in Gibraltar Cave

  • BBC
  • September 02, 2014 14:05
Geometric patterns carved into Gibraltar rock date to the Neanderthals, researchers say.

Engravings found inside a Gibraltar cave are the artistic expressions of Neanderthals, say scientists of a new discovery.

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Detroit Hit With a $4 Billion Proposal for City's Art

  • New York Times
  • August 27, 2014 23:38
Selene and Endymion by Nicolas Poussin.

New York-based Art Capital has offered Detroit a loan of up to $4 billion in a new proposal that leaves the city's museum intact with its art used as collateral.

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