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What have historians concluded from studying the early cave paintings? A. Early humans worshiped the animals they painted. B. Early humans had a clear understanding of human anatomy.
C. Early humans expressed themselves creatively. D. Early humans in France communicated with people in many parts of the world.
C. Early humans expressed themselves creatively.
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User: What have historians concluded from studying the early cave paintings? A. Early humans worshiped the animals they painted. B. Early humans had a clear understanding of human anatomy. C. Early humans expressed themselves creatively. D. Early humans in France communicated with people in many parts of the world.

Weegy: C. Early humans expressed themselves creatively.
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User: Cave paintings provide few clues to prehistoric life. A. True B. False

Weegy: A. True
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User: The Lascaux cave paintings seem to indicate that there was an abundance of large game animals during prehistoric times. A. True B. False

Weegy: A. True
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User: The Lascaux cave paintings seem to indicate that Stone Age people may have believed that the images in the art held magical powers. A. True B. False

Weegy: A. True
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