When, a long time ago, on the 24th September 1961, Francesco Zorzi and Franco Mezzena discovered, or rather recognized as Palaeolithic, the paintings on the wall of an internal hall at Grotta Paglicci, this event caused considerable sensation as these were the first Palaeolithic rock paintings ever retrieved in Italy. To date, paintings of Paglicci remain the unique evidence stratigraphically and stylistically based which is preserved “in situ”. In this paper preliminary outcomes both from the observations performed on the wall “housing” the two horses and from the study on the painting process modalities are illustrated.
|Titolo:||L’arte parietale di Grotta Paglicci (Rignano Garganico - FG): nuovi rilievi sul pannello dei cavalli|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|