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Look Inside The Stone Age

Author : Abigail Wheatley
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The Oldowan

Author : Nick Toth
ISBN : UOM:39015070768729
Genre : Social Science
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The earliest traces of proto-human technology emerged over 2.5 million years ago on the African continent. Called the Oldowan after the famous site of Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania, these technologies herald a major evolutionary shift in the human lineage. The Oldowan: Case Studies into the Earliest Stone Age provides a critical look at early archaeological sites and their evidence. This volume also shows how a range of probing, multidisciplinary, experimental investigations - including experimental tool-making, comparative studies of ape technologies, biomechanical analysis, and PET studies of brain activity - help us evaluate this tantalizing prehistoric evidence and appreciate its relevance to human evolution.


Author : Raymond Briggs
ISBN : 0375916113
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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To the dismay of his parents and friends, a prehistoric boy continually thinks of making things softer, warmer, and nicer, rather than being content in a world of stone.

Life In The Stone Age

Author : Deborah Lock
ISBN : 9780241345030
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Find out everything that you need to know about the Stone Age: the life of a hunter and gatherer, what clothes people wore, the caves they lived in, as well as their arts and crafts creations. DK Reader Life in the Stone Age explores topics including mammoths, cave paintings, shamans, and shelters. Covering the old, middle, and new Stone Age eras of Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic, the two and a half million year period is explained and provides young readers with everything they would need to know about life in the Stone Age in DK's informative and easy to read style. DK's innovative range of levelled readers combines a highly visual approach with non-fiction narratives that children will love reading. DK Reader Life in the Stone Age is a Level 2 reader, Beginning to Read, offering a delightful narrative for young children to encourage an interest in and desire to read. Simple sentences are used with an emphasis on frequently used words with strong visual clues and labels introducing and reinforcing vocabulary. Additional information spreads feature extra stone age facts for kids that develop the topic further. There's also a fun quiz to develop reading comprehension.

The Stone Age

Author : Patricia D. Netzley
ISBN : 1560063165
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Discusses the long period of human history known as the Stone Age during which humans evolved into beings capable of inventing and using increasingly sophisticated tools and creating complex social groupings.

Stone Age Scania

Author : Magnus Andersson
ISBN : UIUC:30112075392610
Genre : Social Science
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Few national bodies carrying out archaeology ever attempt to synthesise their work which is a shame if this book is in any way typical of this type of approach. Published by the Excavations Department at the Swedish National Heritage Board, this book represents a synthesis of up-to-date research and re-evaluation of studies focusing on the Stone Age in Scania. Beyond its reconstruction of the cultural history of this period, it also addresses many issues concerned with the methodology of contract archaeology and how it differs from university-based research. Covering a long period from the first settlers in Scania c.12,000 BP to the end of the Middle Neolithic c.4300 BP, each chapter is written by a different author(s) and contains lots of photographs, drawings and maps. A well written and well presented study which makes you look forward to the next volume on the Bronze Age.

Virus Of The Mind

Author : Richard Brodie
ISBN : 9781401924690
Genre : Psychology
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Provides an overview of memes--or ideas or beliefs that leap from one person to another--and looks especially at the dangers that could arise from this phenomenon, which is growing at an accelerated pace. Reissue.

Practical Trade Mark Protection

Author : William Cockburn Duncan
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The Bronze Age Towers At Bat Sultanate Of Oman

Author : Christopher P. Thornton
ISBN : 9781934536063
Genre : History
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In the third millennium B.C.E., the Oman Peninsula was the site of an important kingdom known in Akkadian texts as "Magan," which traded extensively with the Indus Civilization, southern Iran, the Persian Gulf states, and southern Mesopotamia. Excavations have been carried out in this region since the 1970s, although the majority of studies have focused on mortuary monuments at the expense of settlement archaeology. While domestic structures of the Bronze Age have been found and are the focus of current research at Bat, most settlements dating from the third millennium B.C.E. in Oman and the U.A.E. are defined by the presence of large, circular monuments made of mudbrick or stone that are traditionally called "towers." Whether these so-called towers are defensive, agricultural, political, or ritual structures has long been debated, but very few comprehensive studies of these monuments have been attempted. Between 2007 and 2012, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology conducted excavations at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bat in the Sultanate of Oman under the direction of the late Gregory L. Possehl. The focus of these years was on the monumental stone towers of the third millennium B.C.E., looking at the when, how, and why of their construction through large-scale excavation, GIS-aided survey, and the application of radiocarbon dates. This has been the most comprehensive study of nonmortuary Bronze Age monuments ever conducted on the Oman Peninsula, and the results provide new insight into the formation and function of these impressive structures that surely formed the social and political nexus of Magan's kingdom.

The Stone Age

Author : Ivan Sergeevich Shmelev
ISBN : UOM:39015049775490
Genre : Fiction
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Birnbaum S Great Britain 1989

Author : Stephen Birnbaum
ISBN : 0395481708
Genre : Great Britain
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The best guide to Great Britain is even better--revised and expanded to give more detail and more information.

The Video Source Book Supplement 1

Author : David J. Weiner
ISBN : 0787634107
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Social Determinants Of Attitudes Toward Primates And Other Animals

Author : Susan Sperling Landes
ISBN : UCAL:C2930011
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Cypro Aegean Relations In The Early Iron Age

Author : Andreas Demetriou
ISBN : UOM:39015019836538
Genre : Aegean Islands (Greece and Turkey)
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Voices From The Stone Age

Author : Douglas Mazonowicz
ISBN : STANFORD:36105035913099
Genre : Art
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Song Of The Selkies

Author : Cathie Dunsford
ISBN : 1876756098
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The Edinburgh Festival brings together artists from all over the world, and Cowrie is among them, telling stories and giving them readings. The group of story tellers set off to the Orkney Islands and an ancient mystery unravels. -- Cover.

The Living Age

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Birnbaum S Great Britain 1990

Author : Stephen Birnbaum
ISBN : 0395511488
Genre : Travel
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Offers advice on trip planning, gives brief historical information, describes the major cities and their offerings, and plans special tours

Search Light

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