Introduction to Paleolithic Cave Paintings in Northern Spain by Cesar Sainz,Roberto Toca,Takeo Fukazawa,Peter Smith

By Cesar Sainz,Roberto Toca,Takeo Fukazawa,Peter Smith

From 1997 to 2004, we completed Photographic VR capturing of Palaeolithic cave work in 23 significant caves and approximately a hundred and fifty cellular Arts in five museums in Northern Spain as a co-project among the collage of Cantabria, Spain and Texnai, Inc., Japan and the outcome used to be released in Spanish and English in 2003 by means of GOBIERNO de CANTABRIA as "ARTE PALEOLITICO EN l. a. area CANTABRICA, PALAEOLITHIC ARTS IN NORTHERN SPAIN" with a DVD ROM of the picture database. This publication is released according to those publication and database in POD(Publishing On call for) structure. For this publishing, the photographs of cave work and cellular arts are scheduled to be released because the catalog variants in POD in order that readers may be able to see these pictures with no PC.

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