Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Megalithic Art


In the late Neolithic Age, human beings built what we can call the first monuments using big blocks of stone, called megaliths (Big stones). The main monuments were menhirs, dolmens and cromlechs.


Menhirs were big, long stones vertically driven into the ground. Menhirs were probably religious constructions dedicated to worship the sun.


Dolmens were collective burial places. They were composed of big, long vertical stones which formed a wall and were covered by several horizontal slabs of a great size.


Cromlechs were wide circles formed by several menhirs. They were probably used as sanctuaries

Friday, 20 March 2015

Compare Paleolitic art with Neolitic art

















Use your book and these images



Paleolithic

Neolithic
Place


Ages


Colour


Téchnical


Style


Theme


Human figures?


Thursday, 19 March 2015

Prehistory in the Iberian Peninsula

Para ver dos documentales sobre la prehistoria en España puedes ver estos dos enlaces sobre La Memoria de España:

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Physical features of Castilla y Leon

Fill the physical map with the names of physical relief (mountains, river....). Identify the main cities and to do the answers. You can put colour in the mountainous regions.

  • Where is Castilla y León?
  • Which are the mountains between Castilla y León and the sea in north of Spain?
  • Which is the longest river in Castilla y León? and their tributaries?
  • What is the name of the highest mountain in Castilla y León? How high is it? Where is it?
  • What types of climates are there in Castilla y León?
  • What is the wettest part of Castilla y león? Why?
  • What are the climates and the lanscapes in your region? Write a short descripcion
  • Write the name of the mountain ranges which are surrounding Castilla y Leon.