The Dancing Sorcerer by P.T. Mistlberger
The Dancing Sorcerer has been a term used for the past half-century to describe the iconic figure of a 15,000-year-old
work of cave art found in present-day southern France. This image, of a man dressed up in animal skins, who appears to be performing a ritual dance, has been offered up by anthropologists as an example of how the real oldest profession has always been that of the shaman, magician, or sorcerer.