Special for Infobae of The New York Times.
In the finale of the last glacial era, Sudamérica albergaba has extras that come into play: giant terrestrial terrestrials, herbivorous parecidos of the elephants and an ancient line of cavallos. A new studio suggests that we will be able to create beautiful and fascinating paintings with the help of the people of Edad de Hielo in a salty rock of the Colombian Amazon.
These famous artists of art will be found in the Serranía de la Lindosa, a place situated in the remnants of the eagles of the Guayabero River, a connoisseur of the time of the indigenous peoples of the zone civil colombiana. Conducting expeditions conducted by José Iriarte, archaeologist of the University of Exeter, United Kingdom, he has experienced and renovated interests and debates about the interpretation of animal paintings.
“Everything about the biodiversity of the Amazons is the pinnacle of everything,” said Iriarte, who created aquatic creatures like lands and plants, as well as “animals that are very intriguing to you and are great grandmasters of Edad de Hielo.”
In a study published in the Revista Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B., Iriarte and his colleagues, which formed part of a project to study the human rights in Sudamérica, defining that the art of art would represent the megafauna of Edad de Hielo, pero el propio estudio recognoce que la identifikacion de animal extintos en el arte rupestre es controvertida, y el yacimiento de La Lindosa no es una excepción.
Ekkehart Malotki, professor emeritus of the University of Northern Arizona’s idioms, has published investments in petroglyphs that represent the mega-fauna of extinction, qualifying the affirmations of the Vanus illusion team in an electronic field. On the other hand, the interpretation of Edad de Hielo is the result of a “visual” method that adds to the naturalness of painting.
Fernando Urbina and Jorge Peña, archaeologists of the National University of Colombia, also oppose the original glacial painting. In 2016, the team argued that many of the scenes of La Lindosa were represented by animals introduced by the Europeans, so that they were only able to enter a series of antiquity signs. Malotki también suggested that the exceptional preservation of the art of rupture, as well as the weight of the exposure to the temperament, was given to an original near the actuality.
These disputes have been resolved in the finals of this year, when the calculations of the antiguity of the paintbrushes were taken into account, commented Urbina in an electronic field.
One of the most famous artists of La Lindosa represents an animal fortified with a little beautiful beauty. The team of Iriarte created these figures representing a giant giant landlord who admired his creation, observing the structure and features.
“This animal is very different from the miles that are found in other paintings that respect and prevail and represent anatomical representation,” said Michael Ziegler, a doctoral student at the Max Planck Institute at the Human History Academy and co-author of the new study, and admiration that this painting offers potential potentials of the interactions between the megafauna of the Edad of Hielo and the human beings.
Investigators also identified possible special experiences in the field, including parents of elephants, camels, cavallos and extra mammoths with pecuñas from the Litopterna family.
Where the Iriarte team and possible giant landlocks and cavalry of the Pleistocene, Urbino and Peña are capybaras and modern cavallos. Malotki dijo que los posibles parientes de los elefantes, conocidos como gonfétéridos, representados en la pintura al que el equipo de Iriarte se refeiere, no tenía “absolutamente ningún parecido” con los animales extintos.
Iriarte and his colleagues are the critics of Señalando’s archaeological and paleontological studies of what human beings coexist with with some of the animals of Edad de Hielo’s anthems. Tambéén señalan que se ha encontrado ocre en sedimentos que se depositaron en La Lindosa durante el final de la Edad de Hielo, lo que sugiere que el arte rupestre podría ser así de antiguo.
“We are very sure of what we want to do here,” said Iriarte.
He has identified megafauna extinct in the art of painting other parts of the world, but the test load is exceptionally high.
“The interpretation of the images of the art of art will always be the subject of debate, especially when arguing that there are extinct animals,” said Paul Tacon, professor of archeology and anthropology at the University of Griffith in Australia, in an electronic field.
“This is a solid argument that uses multiple lines of evidence to support the affirmation of some paintbrushes that can be found in the Amazon Colombian region of the mega-fauna of the Pleistocene tardio of the Holocene Tempran,” “The next problem is that the paintbrushes should be used to support this affirmation.”
Si estas acciones acaban apoyando un origen en la Edad de Hielo, las pinturas de La Lindosa representarían un vistazo fugaz y poco comun de animales condenados al olvido, abriendo una inquietante ventana a los ecosistemas perdidos del pasado ya la genta que los. Aunque el arte sea mucho más reciente, ayudará a los investigadores a komprender las culturas que prosperaron en esta exuberante naturaleza.
“In the Serranía de la Lindosa, the people who realized the most important pictures are important for those who, without a doubt, are associated with histories, exchange of events and aspects of domestic and spiritual life”, affirmed Tacon.