Series of etchings almost exclusively on bone. The only element in stone is a pebble with notches on the edge and with traces of red ocher.
The Sauvetterian was a peculiar facies of the Ancient Mesolithic, found across Europe and characterised by the intensive production of peculiar small instruments (with a length of around 1-2 cm). Of a geometric form, called "armatures" or "microliths", these instruments were used not only as arrowheads, but they were also inserted into the sides of wooden shafts.
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