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English: Cave painting in Doushe cave, Lorstan, Iran
Source History of Art in Iran from website: www.chap.sch.ir
Author Unknown
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current20:33, 15 August 2012Thumbnail for version as of 20:33, 15 August 2012486 × 330 (79 KB)Meysamcrop
10:21, 13 June 2012Thumbnail for version as of 10:21, 13 June 2012486 × 421 (30 KB)Alborzagros
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