The oldest rock art in Britain
Published on July 26th, 2011 | by Admin0
“This drawing was done with the right hand and the niche is very, very tight and the engraving has been done by somebody using a piece of flint who has drawn a classic reindeer design.
“My colleagues in England have been doing some work in Nottinghamshire at Creswell Crags and got very nice dates for a red deer and one or two other images of around 12,000-14,000 BC.
“I think this [newly found carving] may be roughly the same period or may be even earlier.”