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  • However, only the term Palaeolithic remains in common use, as Mesolithic and Neolithic have proved increasingly meaningless, even if they occasionally appear in specialist and popular literature.

    f. Subdividing Prehistoric Times

  • For these Lord Avebury proposed in 1865 the terms Palaeolithic and Neolithic. ( "

    The Antiquity of Man

  • Dr Cristian Capelli University of Oxford Archaeological finds show that modern humans first settled in Europe from about 40,000 years ago - during a time known as the Palaeolithic.

    BBC News - Home

  • It has been described as a Palaeolithic condominium, with all the food, shelter, warmth, and, to cap it all, an artist in residence.

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  • Thus it is identified as a Palaeolithic dog, suggesting that dog domestication had already started during the Aurignacian.

    Dienekes' Anthropology Blog

  • How far these practices involved the conception of deity is necessarily unknown; but there is some possible evidence of the deification of woman as the source of life — a kind of Palaeolithic prototype of the Great

    ORIGINS OF RELIGION

  • Based on population growth, the economy doubled every 250,000 years from the Palaeolithic era until the Neolithic Revolution.

    DK Matai: The Rise of The Bio-Info-Nano Singularity

  • In recent years, she has been occupied with the publication of scientific reports for Euboea since the Palaeolithic period, the Early Helladic Manika, and Hellenistic Amarynthos.

    Meet the Team « Interactive Dig Crete – Zominthos Project

  • Instead, the Neolithic descendants of Palaeolithic (Stone Age) people evolved their tolerance of milk within the last 8,000 years due to exposure to dairy products, making this "the most rapidly evolved European trait of the past 30,000 years," according to Dr Mark Thomas of UCL.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • While the Palaeolithic diet is a good guide to what we put in our mouths, by reverting to the Emersonian Era for inspiration and creating a means to make mouth watering MEAT dishes should further enhance our big brains.

    Sous Vide Supreme | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

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