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Prehistoric environment  related subject: Paleontology, Anthropology, Caves
Beringian atlas historical and geologic information on past climates and environments in Beringia (northwestern North America and northeastern Asia)
Climate history the past climate of the Earth by mapping the distribution of ancient coals, desert deposits, tropical soils, salt deposits, glacial material, as well as the distribution of plants and animals that are sensitive to climate, such as alligators, palm trees & mangrove swamps
Cracking the ice age climate, ice age, Raymo, tibetan plateau, glacier, climactic change, Eocene, wilson cycles, greenhouse effect, carbon dioxide, plate tectonics, Alfred Wenger, triangulation, chlorofluorocarbons
Ice ages Ice ages explained
Ice ages and glaciation
Institute for ice age studies human evolution and prehistory during the late Pleistocene
Midwestern US 16000 years ago late pleistocene deglaciation, loess, late pleistocene animals, saber toothed cat saber, mammoths, scimitar cat skull, mastodons, peccaries, muskoxen, possible environmental causes of the late pleistocene extinction
Paleontology discover the history of life
Precambrian The Divisions of Precambrian Time
Radiocarbon web - info radiocarbon dating is the technique upon which chronologies of the late pleistocene and holocene have been built. This resource is designed to provide online information concerning the radiocarbon dating method, C14 dating
Southeast North America: region outline of prehistory and history
The ascent of mind by W. H. Calvin online book on the ice ages and how human intelligence evolved
The first peoples 10000 BC did overhunting cause the mammoth to become extinct?
Prehistoric man 
Aerial archaeology in Austria if you are interested in aerial archaeology, taking and archiving aerial photographs, photo interpretation or mapping and visualizing sites
A look at modern human origins
Andean prehistory
Arago cave in the village of Tautavel, in the South of France, one of the most ancient humans presently known in Europe was found: the Tautavel man
Australian and Asian palaeoanthropology
Boxgrove man Boxgrove is a Middle Pleistocene site in West Sussex, England. Since the early 1980's a number of localities within the gravel quarrys at Boxgrove have provided detailed insights into the life and palaeoecology of the earliest colonisers of Northern Europe
Chauvet Pont d'arc cave
Chinchorro sites: Africa the earliest known mummy, that of a child from a site in the Camarones Valley, 60 miles south of Arica, dates to ca. 5050 B.C
Chilca valley project the middle archaic (8000-4500 BP) of central Peru is the period when mobile hunter gathers began the processes that eventually led to civilization in the area, through sedentarization and the domestication of plants and animals
Cosquer cave the Cosquer cave is located at Cape Morgiou, in the Calanques, near Marseilles. It can be accessed through a tunnel 175 metres in length, which is 37 meters under the sea level
De prehistorie een boeiend verhaal over de pré-historie, met bijzondere aandacht voor Lucy, een klein dametje, die leefde in een zeer ver verleden, in Dutch
DNA shows Neandertals were not our ancestors
Early human phylogeny a phylogenetic tree is a graphical means to depict the evolutionary relationships of a group of organisms
European prehistoric cultures
Flints and Stones: real life in prehistory
Fossil hominids the evidence for human evolution
Focus on human origins
Genesis of Man the use of the caverns by the early human, exploration, archaeological research
Great archeological sites in France
Hominid Evolution, Dental Anthropology, and Human Variation Overview of Hominid Evolution, Humans Across the Earth
Hominid species
Hominid species timeline
How humans evolved
Human evolution when did humans evolve? Who are our ancestors? Why did we evolve?
Hominid evolution modern African apes are closely related to us. Fossil apes have been found with human characteristics. Apes and men therefore have a common, tree-dwelling ancestor
Human anatomy and anthropometry
Human origins
Human origins the mystery of the evolution of man
Human origins and development of culture
Human origins and prehistory
Human prehistory an exhibition. The evolution of Human Species followed different stages beginning with the Australopethicus and continuing with homo habilis, homo erectus and homo sapiens. The last stages include those people who lived thousands of years ago in the Palaeolithic and Neolithic Age and are the immediate ancestors of modern man. The discovery of the evolution of man is attributed to two scientists of the 19th century: Sir Charles Lyell and Charles Darwin
Human prehistory overview of human evolution
Homo erectus Homo erectus lived from approximately 2 million to around 400,000 years ago
Hominid tools
Ice mummies archeologists from the Andes to the Alps and beyond learn about lost cultures from remarkably well-preserved human remains
Koobi Fora Koobi Fora is located in east Africa on the east side of Lake Turkana (formerly Lake Rudolf). The Koobi Fora area has yielded a large number of fossils representing both Australopithecenes and early homo
Neandertal DNA according to most paleoanthropologists, Homo heidelbergensis gave rise to modern humans in Africa and Neandertals in Europe
Neanderthal flute
Neanderthal museum in Germany since the famous discovery of "Neanderthal Man" in the summer of 1856, the village of Neanderthal has become a global byword for human prehistory - symbolizing a vital link in our evolutionary chain
Neanderthals neanderthals were an early kind of human who lived in Europe and possibly west Asia from 120,000 years ago until 35,000 years ago
Neanderthals and modern humans information on the prehistoric people of Eurasia known as Neanderthals, and on the early modern humans who succeeded them
Neandertals: a cyber perspective in 1856 at the Feldhofer Cave, near Dusseldorf Germany, Neandertal Man informally introduced himself to the world. Named after the valley in which he was discovered (Neander Tal), this hominid would send anthropologists mad for over 100 years
Neolithic warfare
Op zoek naar eden wie waren onze voorouders, hoe leefden ze, waar leefden ze. Hoe werden wij homo sapiens, de meeste dominante soort van deze aarde? in Dutch
Origin of modern humans models of the origin and dispersal of Homo sapiens
Piltdown man Piltdown man is one of the most famous frauds in the history of science
Prehistoric Anasazi of the southwestern United States Anasazi, archaeology, anthropology, Pueblo Indians, Chaco Anasazi, Chaco Canyon, prehistory
Prehistoric cultures
Prehistory chronology
Prehistory of Africa the story of Africa is marked by the rise of complex societies (chiefdoms and states), migrations, agriculture and pastoralism, and particularly diversity
Prehistory of Alaska archaeology, history, ethnography
Prehistoric archaeology of the Aegean bronze age, Neolithic cultures of Thessaly, Crete, and the Cyclades, Eutresis and Korakou cultures of early Helladic, Cycladic period, Minoan period, western Anatolia and the eastern Aegean in the early bronze age, middle Helladic Greece, Minoan Crete, Minoan religion, Mycenaean tholos tombs and early Mycenaean settlements
Prehistoric web index of ancient sites
Primates: a look at our closest relatives all primates share a suite of physical features that allows them to be classified into the taxonomic order, primatae
Sterkfontein caves in South Africa Sterkfontein caves are extensive dolomite cave deposits and proved to be one of the richest sites of early hominid fossils in Africa
Stone age reference collection
Stone age women: "venus" of Willendorf found in 1908 by the archaeologist Josef Szombathy
Timeline of ancient times
Tools of the Stone age
Venus figures from the Stone Age

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