Sunday Times reports rock art find
25 July 2011
The discovery by a Bristol archaeologist of a reindeer wall engraving in a South Wales cave, which could be Britain's oldest example of rock art, was covered by The Sunday Times, BBC News and local media.
Dr George Nash from the University’s Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, discovered the reindeer wall engraving in a cave in South Wales and believes it could date from more than 14,000 years ago.
Full press release: Archaeologist’s chance discovery may be Britain's earliest example of rock art
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