Lascaux Cave

[ las-koh ]
/ lasˈkoʊ /

noun

a cave in Lascaux, France, discovered in 1940 and containing exceptionally fine Paleolithic wall paintings and engravings thought to date to Magdalenian times (c13,000–8500 b.c.).

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