(1) This animated short film is an imaginative take on the ritual farewell of an old female shaman whose 12,000-year-old burial in an Israeli cave informs about the early development of religious beliefs. (2) New rock art designs w ere discovered recently around the Rock Art Archaeological Park of Campo Lameiro (PAAR) in Spain. The Galician Heritage Council conducted fieldwork on them in order to analyze and register the panel, record the presence of more panels around that vicinity and include them in the PAAR.

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A 12,000-year-old Shaman Burial from the Southern Levant (Israel), by Leore Grosman, Natalie D. Munro and Anna Belfer-Cohen (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences)

A 12,000-year-old Shaman from Hilazon Tachtit, Israel & the Emergence of Religion (Anthropology.net)

Campo Lameiro Rock Art Archeological Park, Spain

First Feast? The Burial at the Hilkazon Tachtit Cave Site (Ancient Origins)

Rock Art and Archaeological Excavations in Campo Lameiro, Galicia: A New Chronological Proposal for the Atlantic Rock Art, by Manuel Santos Estévez and Yolanda Seoane Veiga (Academia.edu)