Out of all the article I have read and written about over the course of this semester, the one that has stuck with me the most was the one I read for Week Two Archaeology in the News Reflection Post. The article was information about anthropologists finding cave drawings and other objects within a cave of the highest altitudes in Europe. What fascinated me the most about this find is that not only did the cave hold drawings, pottery, tools, and other objects, but these objects spanned over the Bronze and Iron ages. This facts proves that people had been going to this cave for a long period of time, or somehow people from both ages were able to come across the same cave and left their possessions inside. I do not know if they left their possessions and went to seek food only to never return or left the objects as some sort of ceremony, but it is interesting to think about nonetheless. What is even more interesting is the fact that the paintings on the walls of this cave were not greatly affected by the weather over a period of hundreds of years. These paintings were exposed to the weather and the fact that they can still be made out is remarkable in itself.