In the same group of caves as Las Monedas, Las Chimeneas, and the cave of El Castillo. La Pasiega has many ‘walls’ with paintings and engraved or incised images.
In 2018, a uranium-thorium dating revealed a scalariform (ladder shaped) symbol to be older than 64,000 years.
There are paintings of numerous deer, cattle, horses and a bison.
Between and around them are symbols which stress the association of the vulva and a stick, or the male-female distinction. There are many idiomorphs, and suggested patterns in this cave. Which were probably early forms of communication.
Check them out with some more neolithic architecture today.