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A reconstruction by Judith Dobie of Neolithic flint miners at work at Grime's Graves extracting flint from galleries at the base of the mine shaft using picks made from red deer antlers, the flint was then hauled to the surface.

History of Grime's Graves

A history of Grime’s Graves, the first Neolithic flint mines to be recognised as such in England.

La préhistoire - Webélèves

Bien après la disparition des dinosaures, les premiers hommes sont apparus sur la Terre. Commence alors la Préhistoire... Comment vivaient ces (...)

Q Files | A typical scene in the Ice Age around 20,000 years ago

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Humans first evolved from ape-like creatures in Africa. The first hominids (human-like beings) probably appeared over five million years ago. These early kinds.

Some of the last Neanderthals at the Rock of Gibraltar by Rodolfo Nogueira

Some of the last Neanderthals at the Rock of Gibraltar by Rodolfo Nogueira

Horse taming in the Neolithic as envisioned by Severino Baraldi

Severino Baraldi

Northern Archaic - National Park Service — Matt Twombly - Illustration and Graphics

Northern Archaic - National Park Service — Matt Twombly - Illustration and Graphics

Poster for the National Parks Service's Alaska Archaeology Month, highlighting Alaska's ancient people, the Northern Archaic.

Denbigh

Matt Twombly - Illustration and Graphics

Illustration, information graphics, and design portfolio site for Matthew Twombly.

Hunting with bow and arrow by Tom Björklund

Join us in the research of stone-age Porvoo next summer! Registration starts January 2nd 2018!

Life in the stone-age. Illustration by Tom Björklund for Borgå Museum. Thanks to the very active and friendly help from "Borgå Medborgarinstitut" me and archeologist MA Janne Soisalo are now entering the final stage of the preparations for next years community archaeology excavation in Porvoo, only some 50 km:s east of Helsinki. Hunting with bow and arrow. Illustration by Tom Björklund for Borgå Museum. We have not yet decided on which site to start work on. The decision is an important one…

Scans from various 1950's educational books Illustrator: F.H.K. Henrion and others. Via: Mondorama2000 and Rainbow Mermaid

The world and its adventure

Scans from various 1950's educational books Illustrator: F.H.K. Henrion and others. Via: Mondorama2000 and Rainbow Mermaid

DFC Library: Mezolith: Amazon.co.uk: Ben Haggarty, Adam Brockbank: 8601416191256: Books

DFC Library: Mezolith

Buy DFC Library: Mezolith by Haggarty, Ben, Brockbank, Adam (ISBN: 9780385618267) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

Matt Twombly - Illustration and Graphics

Illustration, information graphics, and design portfolio site for Matthew Twombly.

The Lost Treasure Chest – If you follow the map where will it lead?

The Lost Treasure Chest

If you follow the map where will it lead?

Kamkeramikens tid

Kamkeramikens tid

För ungefär 5900 år sedan verkar det ha kommit ett nytt folkslag till Finland och Vanda. Eftersom här bott människor redan förut, betydde de...

Ötzi the Iceman: What are the issues relating to the custodianship and ownership of the Iceman and the ethics involved in displaying his human remains?

What are the issues relating to the custodianship and ownership of the Iceman and the ethics involved in displaying his human remains?

The ownership and custodianship of Ötzi varies, for many reasons. Photo courtesy here. When Ötzi was found, the real political question between Italy and Austria was, "In which country was Ötzi found?" This simple, yet consequential question was successfully answered when authorities confirmed Ötzi was actually found on the Italian side, in an attempt to resolve the bitter dispute over the ownership of the Iceman's historically crucial preserved body. However, instead of rectifying all…

illustrations – The Lost Treasure Chest

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Shields up ready for Mars shot | Cosmos

Shields up ready for Mars shot - Cosmos Magazine

A superconductor that deflects cosmic radiation away from interplanetary spacecraft sounds like science fiction, but it’s on its way to becoming reality. Tim Dean reports.