This morning has been published a new article in which our director Olivia Rivero has participated. In it, a re-evaluation of the bone from the Torre Cave (Guipúzcoa) has been carried out through a technological and stylistic analysis enriched with more recent findings. It is one of the most complete bone specimens from the Iberian Peninsula, with pericylindrical decoration and a complex combination of motifs. It is profusely decorated with figurative representations (deer, horse, ibex, chamois, capercaillie and an anthropomorphic figure) and signs (simple lines, parallel lines, zigzags, etc.) in two rows in opposite directions.
If you want to know more, you can access the article from this link.
Image: ©Olivia Rivero