This is an official definition authorised by the Astronist Institution.

Lascaux Caves

laˈskəʊ keɪvs

noun | Archaeoastronology

a prominent archaeoastronological site located in the Dordogne department of France; featuring many Astronic specimens displaying evidence of astromorphism, namely the Great Star Bull.

Origin and etymology

  • The Lascaux Caves have become one of the most important sites in archaeoastronology due to it featuring many astroglyphs from the Upper Palaeolithic which have become essential to the prehistoric origins of the Astronic tradition.