Known as the Seal of Cagliostro, this unusual symbol depicts a serpent with an apple in its mouth, impaled with an arrow. This was found amongst the personal effects of Count Cagliostro upon his death in 1795. While the symbol has obvious alchemical elements, its precise meaning is unknown.
Archaeologists uncover nearly 5,000 cave paintings in Burgos, Mexico
Nearly 5,000 ancient cave paintings have been discovered in Burgos, Mexico.The red, white, black and yellow images depict humans hunting, fishing, gathering, as well as deer, lizards and centipedes. The 4,926 paintings were discovered in 11 sites and are thought to have been created by at least 3 groups of hunter gatherers. In one cave more than 1,550 images were found, including an image of an atlatl, a Hispanic weapon used for hunting that has not been seen before in paintings in the…
Thousands of cave paintings were newly discovered in the Burgos area of Mexico. The findings are significant because the region was previously thought to be uninhabited by any ancient cultures. #Museum #Art #CavePainting #KidspaceBlog
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