Michael Fuller

Cosquer Cave, France

Three horses move left in the direction of the entrance


Cosoquer cave is a significant rock art site discovered near Marseille, France by Henri Cosquer. The entrance was above sea level during the Gravettian Period (32,500 to 26,500 years ago) and Epigravetian Period (25,000 - 19,000 years ago). Today, the entrance is 37 meters below the surface of the Mediterranean. Tourist are able to visit a precise copy of the rock art in a museum called Cosquer that opened in 2022. 


Dr. Michael Fuller and Neathery Fuller at the Cosquer Museum in Marseille.

A horse painted in charcoal with fine grain petroglyphs cut into it. This is a copy.



Negative Red and Black handprints.