The Discovery of the Lowenmensch Figurine
Updated: 2/18/2020
The Discovery of the Lowenmensch Figurine
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  • I travelled to Swabian Jura in Germany but Hmm...I think that we are in the Hohlenstein-Stadel Cave
  • Wait a sec this place really is the Cave,my calculation is correct
  • Hmmm...maybe this could be a good area to start digging but it'll be a little hard so I'll get out my coal shovel and my normal sized shovel
  • Lowenmensch Figurine: The Lowenmensch Figurine is the oldest known piece of figurative art in the world,it's an ivory sculptureof a lion headed human that is between 35,000-40,000 years old, it was discovered at the Hohlenstein-Stadel cave but the start of the world war ll leads to caves research being shelved,The fragments of the were forgotten for over 30 years.
  • OMG! after 1 hour of digging i suddenly felt something hard!!!!!
  • I can't believe it I've actually found the Lowenmensch figurine!!!!
  • Now I'm going to keep the Lowenmensch figurine very safe inside this bag so that I can research it more!!
  • Now let me get to my lab !
  • I can't believe I'm holding a figure that was made by Otto Volzing!!!
  • I can't believe I'm holding an artefact that was found by professor Joachim Hahn,and this artefact was even forgotten because of world war ll, but why was it forgotten?
  • Ohhh so it was forgotten because in world war ll bolders closed the cave
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