Origin of Solutrean
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Thus it would appear that the artistic spirit, more or less dormant in Solutrean times, was revived.
From middle Aurignacian on through Solutrean times these denizens of the extreme north disappear from this region of Europe.
The human sculptures are determined to be of late Aurignacian age, because they are buried in an early Solutrean talus.
Solutrean sagaies, however, are very rare and very primitive as compared with the Magdalenian.
The statuette was found six to nine feet beneath the surface of the 'loess,' in an undoubted Solutrean layer.