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The Roc aux Sourciers at Angles, in the Vienne department, west central France, is a rock shelter with Upper Palaeolithic art. The back wall has fine bas-relief carvings: an outstanding frieze of three female figures in frontal view dominates the shelter, and there are several animal carvings, The occupation deposits are middle and late Magdalenian; the art is dated to cl 1,000 bc.

The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983Copied