Science around 14,000 BC

The Globe

Rappengluck provides further compelling evidence that our ancestors, at least as early as the epoch between 16,000 BC and 10,000 BC: recognized single and very complex star patterns, including the Milky Way, the Northern Crown in the cave of El Castillo (Spain), the Pleiades in the cave of Lascaux (France) and the main constellations of the sky at the same location. (Magicians of the Gods)



Southwest Asia




Indus Valley





Dr Michael Rappenglueck of the University of Munich has shown how a 16,000-year-old drawing of a horse in the caves at Lascaux in France is actually a carefully recorded lunar calendar. (Civilization One: the World is Not as You Thought it Was)

South America




North America