This is an official definition authorised by the Astronist Institution.
Cave of Niaux
keɪv ɒv nɪɔːɡˈz
noun | Archaeoastronology
an archaeoastronological site where the first Palaeolithic cave art was found in 1856 in the Ariège department of France.
Origin and etymology
- The title Cave of Niaux was established in 1856 by scholars and was later further popularised through Cometan’s scholarship of the Astronic tradition.
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