Wednesday 26 April 2017, 12.00PM
Speaker: David Lewis-Williams
Religion requires space. If Upper Palaeolithic subterranean image-making was in some way religious, can we detect evidence for different ritual processes and experiences in different parts of the caves? What were the people doing in the caves apart from making images?
Prof. David Lewis-Williams, author of the Mind in the Cave, will talk about social relations, image-making, and religion in Upper Palaeolithic French caves.
Location: King's Manor, K/159