Children play at Krishnanagar village on the outskirts of Allahabad, India on April 7, 2014. (Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP)


Nina Zmievets and Oleg Gabyshev in Boris Eifman’s Anna Karenina photo by Mark Olich Danses et cultures.

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Magdalenian Girl

Currently on display at The Field Museum, this is the name given to an anatomically modern human dating from the Magdalenian period. Although she is commonly known as the Magdalenian Girl, evidence suggests that she is more likely 25-30 years old, with some researchers placing her at age 35. Early researchers initially thought that she was much younger than that because her wisdom teeth had not ruptured, but new research suggests she is older than originally thought because of epiphyseal fusions of the femurs.

Unfortunately, she was discovered when a worker hit her skull with a pickaxe. This greatly damaged her skull and the black you see on her skull is a reconstruction that early researchers fused to the bone.

At the time that Magdalenian Girl was discovered, researchers believed that homo neanderthalensis was the direct ancestor to anatomically modern humans, and so when they reconstructed her skull they gave her Neanderthal features, which is incorrect. The reconstruction you see here was done by Elisabeth Daynès, who also did the most recent facial reconstruction of Tutankhamun.

Magdalenian Girl is currently on display at the Field Museum in their current exhibit Scenes from the Stone Age: The Cave Paintings of Lascaux. She is part of the museum’s permanent collection and is the most complete paleolithic skeleton in North America. 

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Este videoclip de “jungle” es otra demostración de que con una idea sencilla se pueden hacer los mejores videoclips. Bueno, y con un chaval con un flow como éste. Puro Casting. 

Directed: JLW & Oliver Hadlee Pearch
Produced by: Charlie Di Placido

Porque la danza es universal, unisex y no discrimina por la edad


Gustav Klimt

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The Nymph of Amalthea, 1780s

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Livio Scarpella
Italian, born 1969

Ghost Underground, n.d.