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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF ANCIENTARTARCHIVE
46.2% of ancientartarchive's followers are female and 53.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 5.40%. The average number of likes per post is 6037 and the average number of comments is 44.
Ancientartarchive loves posting about Photography, Art.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR ANCIENTARTARCHIVE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF ANCIENTARTARCHIVE
- Travel & Tourism 42.36 %
- Art & Design 41.87 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 40.16 %
- Photography 39.82 %
- Music 36.59 %
- Sports 35.93 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 34.10 %
- Home & Garden 33.73 %
- Business & Careers 33.54 %
- Fitness & Yoga 33.53 %
- Beauty & Fashion 32.83 %
Photo by Stephen Alvarez @salvarezphoto / These paintings in Chauvet cave in France are more than 36,000 years old. I had the privilege to photograph them for a @natgeo story. Standing in front of them was a life changing experience. Standing in front of that artwork was like having an ancient artist speak straight to me across an unimaginable gulf of time. It drove home the enduring power of visual storytelling. Being in that cave led me to found the @ancientartarchive. We share and preserve humanity's oldest stories.
Pictographs on BLM lands in Emery County, Utah. The Western side of the San Rafael Swell has an incredible concentration of rock art including this faded Barrier Canyon style panel.
Basket Maker petroglyphs and pictographs high in a San Juan County Utah USA alcove. One hot days several springs ago @jonathanbaileyphoto and I took a walk down one of the canyons within the original Bears Ears National Monument. Basketmaker culture predates the Pueblo periods beginning about 1500 BCE. The shear number of images painted and carved into the sandstone alcoves of San Juan County is astounding. One of the reasons that the original boundries of the Bears Ears was large was to protect sites like this.
The remains of an Ancestral Puebloan dwelling in San Juan County, Utah. If you look closely at the lower part of the right-hand frame you may be able to make out a sun petroglyph engraved into the sandstone wall. The Ancestral Puebloans were corn farmers who flourished in this part of the Southwest. As the name implies, the Ancestral Puebloans did not go anywhere and their descendants still flourish in this part of the Southwest. This particular structure was in the original boundaries of the Bears Ears National Monument. The monument slashed in size opening sites like this for energy leasing. For information on how you can help preserve the Bears Ears visit @protectbearsears and @cedarmesafriends #visitwithrespect
Supernatural anthropmorphic images painted in San paintings in Gamepass shelter, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Photo by Stephen Alvarez @salvarezphoto The Falcon Warrior panel of Devilstep Hollow cave in Tennessee. The panel is named for the central figure, a Muskogean war god, engraved deep in the cave over 1,000 years ago. It is Mississippian-era artwork, and more specifically from the Southeastern Ceremonial Complex, an artistic style and iconography that coincides with the adoption of maze agriculture in what is now the southeastern United States. This image was shot for my nonprofit @ancientartarchive. It is part of project to create a 3D model and build a VR experience of what the cave is like now—and what it would have been like when the warrior was carved. Thanks to Chickasaw artist @dustign for the line drawings of the panel and his insights into the Falcon Warrior. Thanks also to Tennessee State Parks for hosting us and for @Towercommunitybank for supporting us in the field.
Horses painted in Tito Bustillo Cave, Asturias, Spain. The oldest artwork in Tito Bustillo has been dated to more than 33,000 ago. It is likely that these paintings are from the Upper Paleolithic Magdalenian culture that produced incredible artwork across much of Europe over 12,000 years ago. 80 years ago last Saturday the most famous painted in cave in Europe -Grotte de Lascaux- was discovered when 18-year-old Marcel Ravidat's dog Robot fell in a hole. In rescuing the dog he and 3 friends discovered galleries of painted animals that astounded the world.
Photo by @salvarezphoto San Rafeal style Fremont pictographs on the San Rafael Swell in Utah. I have seen historic photographs of this panel where the white area to the left has well defined paintings on it. My guess is that they've fallen victim to natural weathering. All images painted on the landscape eventually fade. One of the reasons I started the Ancient Art Archive is to help preserve what we have.
A zoomorphic petroglyph from Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. This image is part of an Ancient Art Archive / @insidenatgeo project looking at rock art in 8 western National Monuments that were studied for reduction by the current administration. Grand Staircase Escalante was decimated by the cuts.
Bird petroglyphs at the great Jornada Mogollon site 3 Rivers, New Mexico north of Alamagordo. Jornada Mogollon culture left fantastic artwork across this expanse of Western North America.
Maybe the most common question that we get is how do you shoot images like this where you can see the milky way. Follow the link in our profile for tips on shooting g rock art at night!. #milkyway #howto
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