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Paleolithic Europe refers to the Paleolithic period of Europe, a prehistoric era distinguished by the development of the first stone tools and which covers roughly 99% of human technological history. Description from shelf3d.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Proto-Indo-European Homeland Hypotheses

Paleolithic Europe refers to the Paleolithic period of Europe, a prehistoric era distinguished by the development of the first stone tools and which covers roughly 99% of human technological history. Description from shelf3d.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Speaking of Stone, Speaking through Stone: an exegesis of an Engraved Slate Plaque from Late Neolithic Iberia | Jonathan T. Thomas -

Speaking of Stone, Speaking through Stone: an exegesis of an Engraved Slate Plaque from Late Neolithic Iberia | Jonathan T. Thomas -

Neolithic male-female fusion in one potent fertility figurine , southern Sahara

Neolithic male-female fusion in one potent fertility figurine , southern Sahara

Parthian bone figurines from Mesopotamia. The Parthian Empire (247 BCE – 224 CE) is the offspring of the combined Greek, Persian and Babylonian cultures in the Near East. The Hellenistic city of Seleucia, near modern-day Baghdad, was the capital of Parthian Empire. The Oriental Institute Museum of the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.  Photo by Babylon Chronicle

Parthian bone figurines from Mesopotamia. The Parthian Empire (247 BCE – 224 CE) is the offspring of the combined Greek, Persian and Babylonian cultures in the Near East. The Hellenistic city of Seleucia, near modern-day Baghdad, was the capital of Parthian Empire. The Oriental Institute Museum of the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. Photo by Babylon Chronicle

A melting patch of ancient snow in the mountains of Norway has revealed a bow and arrows likely used by hunters to kill reindeer as long ago as 5,400 years.  The discovery highlights the worrying effects of climate change, said study author Martin Callanan, an archaeologist at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.  "It's actually a little bit unnerving that they're so old and that they're coming out right now," Callanan told LiveScience. "It tells us that there's something…

Ancient Snow Melts, Exposing Neolithic Bow & Arrows

A melting patch of ancient snow in the mountains of Norway has revealed a bow and arrows likely used by hunters to kill reindeer as long ago as 5,400 years. The discovery highlights the worrying effects of climate change, said study author Martin Callanan, an archaeologist at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. "It's actually a little bit unnerving that they're so old and that they're coming out right now," Callanan told LiveScience. "It tells us that there's something…

Baguettes demi-rondes à décor géométrique Magdalénien: Vers 17000-10000 av. J.-C. Grotte d'Isturitz Os gravé

Baguettes demi-rondes à décor géométrique Magdalénien: Vers 17000-10000 av. J.-C. Grotte d'Isturitz Os gravé

Prehistoria. Ídolos Placa

Prehistoria. Ídolos Placa

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