The brightest of all visions

In the museum case lay a fragile flute expertly made, the haunting melodies from a replica playing in the background. There was also the most graceful horse, carved from an antler. There were vibrant wall paintings of caribou in flight. There were bison sculpted in stone, and delicate beads carefully worked for an elaborate necklace. And there were ordinary tools made extraordinary through the artistic touch of a skilled craftsman.

Many of these treasures would certainly be considered priceless works of art. Some had never been publicly exhibited before. Yet the remarkable artists were all unknown. Their names had long since passed into prehistory. Such records just don't exist from thirty thousand years ago.

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