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Huge Cave of Arcy (The)

Paleolithic Sanctuary - Series : Images of archeology

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  00:19:00  1995  SD 4/3  Sound

The caves of Arcy-sur-Cure, in the northern Morvan (France), were dug in the limestone of the Mesozoic Era. They were used as shelters by prehistoric men and excavations, which had been done there, have permitted to discover tracks of a continuous occupation since the middle of the Quaternary Period.

Author : GIRARD Michel (CRA, USR CNRS, Valbonne) BAFFIER Dominique (Ethnologie préhistorique, URA CNRS, Paris)
Director : BEDOS Alain (CRA, USR CNRS, Valbonne)
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Audiovisual processReal shots. Use of a map and black and white photographs.
Voice over and interviews (live sound). Original score (Yves Rousguisto et Serge Pesce).
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Cave ; Rock painting

Technical Sheet
Item No.774
PublicLarge audience ; Specialised audience
Original Supportvideo Beta SP
VersionFrench
DistributionSale (private use), Sale (institutionnal use)
Delivery supportBeta SP