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-'''Sers''' is a [[Communes of France|commune]] in the [[Charente]] [[Departments of France|department]] in the [[Poitou-Charentes]] [[Regions of France|region]] in southwestern [[France]].+The '''Solutrean''' [[archaeological industry|industry]] is a relatively advanced flint tool-making style of the Upper [[Palaeolithic]], from around 22,000 to 17,000 [[Before Present|BP]].
-A rock with magnificent carvings from the Upper Palaeolithic period was discovered in 1927 at the place known as Roc de Sers, in the Échelle valley upstream from Sers. The carvings are in [[Solutrean]] style.+==See also==
 +*[[Synoptic table of the principal old world prehistoric cultures]]
 +*[[Franco-Cantabrian region]]
 +*[[Gravettian]]
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The Solutrean industry is a relatively advanced flint tool-making style of the Upper Palaeolithic, from around 22,000 to 17,000 BP.

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