PALEOLITHIC ART MAGAZINE







INDEX 2017

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Licia Filingeri
Editorial (january 2017)

FRANCE
Pietro Gaietto
Religion and prehistoric megalithic works (january 2017)

ITALY
Stefano Taglietti
The Sacred Stones of the Torrent (january 2017)




INDEX 2016

Licia Filingeri
ANNIVERSARY (January 2016)



INDEX 2013

Licia Filingeri
Editorial (July 2013)


EUROPE AND MIDDLE EAST

Pietro Gaietto
General classification of Paleolithic art (July 2013)



INDEX 2012

Licia Filingeri
Editorial (February 2012)

NEWS

NewBook by Pietro Gaietto: Paleolithic anthropomorphic sculpture (February 2012)



INDEX 2009)

Licia Filingeri
Editorial (January, 2009)

NEWS

Hobby-archaeologist deciphers the common Palaeolithic religious cult, by Joannes Richter (March 2009)


EUROPE

JoannesRichter
Commentsto some articles in the Paleolithic Magazine (January, 2009)

ITALY

Pietro Gaietto
Definition of studies of Lower and Middle Paleolithic (January, 2009)

WaynePounds
TheAnti-Aesthetic of an Inhumane Science (February, 2009)

NEWS

Phylogenesis of Beauty- A unified theory of evolution




INDEX 2007

Licia Filingeri
Editorial (November, 2007)


EUROPE

Licia Filingeri
Birth of symbolic thought (December, 2007)

Pietro Gaietto
A double anthropomorphic small sculpture of upper Paleolithic (December, 2007)



INDEX 2003

Licia Filingeri
Editorial (March, 2003)

EUROPE

Licia Filingeri
The observation of the stars for the purpose of cult in the most remote antiquity through the reading of the myths (March, 2003)

ASIA

Licia Filingeri
Art and cult of the dead men in the Mesolithic of the near East (October,2003)

NEWS

Commemoration of the died persons of the Prehistory (July, 2003)





INDEX 2002

Licia Filingeri
Editorial(February, 2002)

EUROPA

Pietro Gaietto
Short history of the discoveries of the art of the lower Paleolithic, and hypothesis on the future of the search (February, 2002)

Licia Filingeri
The hybrid as symbol of the transformation (March, 2002)

Pietro Gaietto
The idolatry in the anthropomorphic paleolithic and post-paleolithic colossus (April, 2002)

Pietro Gaietto
The site of the Museum of the Origins of Man this year sees its 10th anniversary (February, 2009)

Pietro Gaietto
Affinities between the Paleolithic venus with two heads of the Balzi Rossi (Liguria) and the neolithic venus with two heads of Campo Ceresole (Lombardia, Italy, Europe) (June, 2002)

Pietro Gaietto
Four-headed hermae of Rome (December, 2002)



LIGURIA

Licia Filingeri
The running of the time in the mental and material representation of the Paleolithic man (October, 2002)

Pietro Gaietto
A human portrait carved 200,000 years ago described by means of the didactics of the archeoartology (November, 2002)


NEWS

Commemoration of the died persons of the Prehistory (July, 2002)

Call in order to found together the "Science of the Prehistoric Art",that we have called Paleoarteology (July, 2002)

We are waiting for yours ideas for the foundation of the science of the prehistoric art (August, 2002)

Licia Filingeri
Thenew Paleolithic Art Magazine (August, 2002) 

Licia Filingeri, Pietro Gaietto
Outcomes for the foundation of the "Science of the prehistoric art"(November, 2002)



OCEANIA

Campaigne to save Dampier rock art (july, 2002)

Pietro Gaietto
The Whangape Colossus of the new Zealand attributed to the upper Paleolithic (August, 2002)




INDEX 2001

Licia Filingeri
Editorial (May, 2001)

EUROPA

Pietro Gaietto
Ritual artistic foods in Italy
From Homo erectus to Homo sapiens sapiens (january, 2001)

Licia Filingeri
Prehistory or Paleohistory? (march, 2001)

Licia Filingeri
Hermaphrodithe:the invisible bifrontisme of the divinity (March, 2001)

Pietro Gaietto
A two-faced anthropomorphic lithic sculpture of Lower Paleolithic of Denmark (April, 2001)

Pietro Gaietto
A two-faced lithic zooanthropomorphic sculpture of the evolued Acheulean from Southern Italy (May, 2001)

Pietro Gaietto
Art and Palethnology (September, 2001)

Pietro Gaietto
The lithic and wooden tools for the manufacture of tools and lithic sculptures in the evolued Acheulean (September, 2001)

Pietro Gaietto
The origin of the decorative art is in the Acheulean (September, 2001)

Licia Filingeri
A Mousterian sculpture of the european lion: between myth and ritual (october, 2001)

Pietro Gaietto
A two-faced lithic zooanthropomorphic sculpture of the evolued Acheulean of Rome-Torre in Pietra interpreted through the typology of the sculptures (October, 2001)

LIGURIA

Pietro Gaietto
The two-faced with the birds (February, 2001)

LiciaFilingeri
The three ages of the man (December, 2001)

ASIA

In China, Lower Paleolithic, the origin of the working of the theet and the ivory (april,2001) 

NEWS

Commemoration of the died persons of the Prehistory (July, 2001)





INDEX 2000



Sommario

Licia Filingeri
Editorial(december, 2000)

LIGURIA

Pietro Gaietto
The megalithic face of Borzone (December, 2000)

Pietro Gaietto
The Museum of the Origins of Man Genova (Italy) (December, 2000)

Pietro Gaietto
The dress in the "Venus" of Liguria, Austria and Mexico (December, 2000)

EUROPE

Licia Filingeri
The most ancient known representation of the moon (Upper Paleolithic,Vara, Savona, Liguria, Italy) (December, 2000) 

Pietro Gaietto
The intuition of Boucher de Perthes (December, 2000)

Licia Filingeri
The roots of the Bifrontism (December, 2000) 

Anonymous,Milano 1839
The Fossil Man (December, 2000) 

Pietro Gaietto
The shout of Homo Erectus (December, 2000)

AFRICA

Tattoo by the the man 400.000 years ago? (December, 2000) 

A toothpick of 1,800,000 years ago (December, 2000)

Paintings in Zambia of 35,000 years ago (December, 2000)

ASIA

Discovered in Israel the most ancient "Venus" of the world (December,2000)

Found in Japan remains of a home of 600,000 years ago (December, 2000)

AMERICA

Pietro Gaietto
The anthropomorphic ceramics of Mexico in relation to the zooanthropomorphic lithic sculpture of the European Paleolithc (December, 2000)

Pietro Gaietto
The ancient two-faced " Venus" of Mexico in relation to the two-faced paleolithic "Venus " of the Balzi Rossi (December,2000)

OCEANIA

Did the man conquer Australia 60.000 years ago or 100.000 years ago? (December, 2000)




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