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1 Greeks and Roman myths focus overwhelmingly on this life; Egypt, with one foot in prehistory, looked over the horizon to the place where the setting sun vanished.
2 Egypt, with one foot in prehistory, looked over the horizon to the place where the setting sun vanished.
3 Pre-History: The caveman tied cords made of braided grass around his chosen mate’s wrists, ankles, and waist, to bring her spirit under his control.
4 Some textbooks start with prehistory, others with the Roman conquest, others still with Clovis, Charlemagne or Hugh Capet (all mentioned below).
5 Atkinson's best-fit model parallels not only the overall genetic pattern, suggesting an out-of-Africa migration of modern humans, but also subsequent events in human prehistory.
6 The spiritual connections with doll-like figures reach well back into Japan’s prehistory.
7 definition of prehistory is that it predates written records - history begins with the written word.
8 We should perhaps consider ourselves fortunate that the biological function that follows eating — namely, going to the bathroom — did not have romantic implications throughout prehistory.
9 To know the answer, you have to go way back into prehistory.
10 Still, the site does open a window into a poorly known period of American prehistory.
11 goat belonged to a breed now found only in Laos, suggesting today's breeds crowded out others popular in prehistory.
12 Exhibit the culture of the people of Western Kenya, prehistory, and natural history.
13 Of course permanency has been a problem for artists since the first prehistory artist scratched into a chalk wall in a French cave.
14 Yet it already has a long and storied history (and some prehistory).
15 attuned to the etymological prehistory of the English word infant.
16 Luca Bondioli of the National Museum of Prehistory and Ethnology in Rome and his colleagues described the results of their study in the journal Antiquity.
17 Thanks to modern techniques for decoding genetic evidence, far more is known today about the great movements of prehistory than was suspected even a decade ago.
18 I take what worked for tens of thousands of years throughout human prehistory and incorporate contemporary science to confirm its veracity.
19 She conjures millions of years of human prehistory: small groups of hunter-gatherers wandering the savanna, and then congregating a few times a year at this or that watering hole.
20 Travel back in time and learn everything about the biblical prehistory of our world's creation and the development of faith.
21 Does this bus go to the national museum of prehistory?
22 mistakes of prehistory offer us important lessons for our management of fragile, arid areas in the present," said Oliver Whaley, of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
23 Spufford's "pre-history of perestroika", as he calls it, is clear in its judgment that the Soviet Union was in most ways an awful place.
24 Except of Peiligang Period, the prehistory culture in the area shows a various and complex cultural ooutlook, which is related to the conflicts and war taken place between Huaxia and Miaoman.
25 accomplishment of the manuscript of Chinese history: Remote Antiquity created the condition for Su Bingqi bringing forward rebuilding Chinese prehistory.
26 With this set the South African Post Office is combining pre-history with modern technology by using the anaglyph method to create a three-dimensional effect.
27 Diffusionism and the Transoceanic Contacts -- the Debate on Cultural Contacts between the Old World and the New World in American Archaeology. Shiqian Yanjiu (Prehistory). 1: 81-84.
28 The history of anarchism goes back to prehistory, when some humans lived in anarchistic societies long before the establishment of formal states, realms or empires.
29 One notable exception was the Berlin Society for Anthropology, Ethnology, and Prehistory (1869) founded by Rudolph Virchow, known for his vituperative attacks on the evolutionists.
30 Long after natural history, moral philosophy, philology, and political economy have dissolved into their specialized successors, it has remained a diffuse assemblage of ethnology, human biology, comparative linguistics, and prehistory, held together mainly by the vested interests, sunk costs, and administrative habits of academia, and by a romantic image of comprehensive scholarship."