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Conditions of human life in Chellean period

To imagine the conditions in which there was a man Chellean period should pay attention primarily on the animal remains found during excavations with Chellean instruments or deposits, where such weapons are found. In France, it was the southern animals proglacial distant past – a hippopotamus, ancient elephant with straight tusks, rhinoceros Merck, Stenon horse, […]

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Chellean period.

The next stage of development of the material culture of the ancient people called by archaeologists “Chellean” (by Kjell village in France, at the confluence of the Marne River Seine, where stone tools were first discovered, characteristic for this stage). Most fully studied Chellean location in France, in the valley of the Somme, in Amiens. […]

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The earliest stone tools

Approximately 700-600 with 40 millennium BC., by definition, archaeologists and geologists, lasted the earliest period of human history, which is called the lower (or early) Paleolithic. If the first guns were raw random pieces of stone with sharp edges and simple stick, then over time people begin to deliberately produce tools made of stone, using […]

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Seven Easy Steps to Improve your Essay Writing Skills

At first, write an immaculate overview of the whole picture. Express your main idea in a written form and place it in the mid-position at the piece of paper. After that, make circle around it, jotting down all ideas, thoughts, and phrases relating the topic. Present your primary ideas around that circle. You are brainstorming […]

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Pithecanthropus (2nd part)

Judging from the remains of plants, including perfectly preserved leaves and even the flowers found in the sediments directly overlying bone-Trinil layer Pithecanthropus lived in the forest, which consisted of trees that now grow in Java, but in a somewhat cooler climate, existing now at an altitude of 600-1 200 m above sea level. In this forest grew citrus and laurel […]

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Pithecanthropus (1st part)

The great achievement of advanced science in the late XIX century. More findings were the remains of highly organized creatures than Australopithecus. These remains date to the entire Quaternary period, which is divided into two stages: the Pleistocene, which lasted approximately VIII-VII centuries BC. and covering proglacial and the glacial period, and the current stage (Holocene). The discoveries have fully confirmed the views of leading scientists of the XIX […]

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Nearest human ancestors (Part 2)

Another important feature of the Australopithecus, also inextricably linked to bipedal locomotion, are features of the skull structure, pointing to a more vertical than that of other anthropoids, landing head. This is evident from the fact that a considerable part of the nape of Australopithecus did not have strong neck muscles, which were supposed to […]

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Nearest human ancestors (Part 1)

Tertiary period compared with the whole of human history lasted very long. It began about 70 million. And ended about 1 million. Years ago. The value of the Tertiary period in Earth’s history, especially its flora and fauna, is very large. During this time, there have been great changes in the shape of the globe. […]

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The emergence of human society. Human Origins.

The emergence of human society The era of the formation and development of the primitive communal relations is of great importance in the history of humankind. It starts with the separation of man from the animal world. During this era laid the foundation of all further development of material and spiritual culture of human society. […]

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