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  • Astronomy/Craters (category Technology/Lectures)
    Previously Hidden Meaning in ancient Mythology?, In: Forbidden History Prehistoric Technologies, Extraterrestrial Intervention, and the Suppressed Origins of Civilization
    115 KB (13,339 words) - 20:04, 12 July 2016
  • discipline of paleontology.) It is of most importance for learning about prehistoric societies, when there are no written records for historians to study
    19 KB (2,123 words) - 07:49, 25 May 2016
  • 7-8: 73-94. Power, C. 2004. Women in prehistoric art. In G. Berghaus (ed.), New Perspectives in Prehistoric Art. Westport, CT & London: Praeger, pp
    18 KB (1,923 words) - 02:49, 27 June 2016
  • prehistorical astronomers watched the skys with more interest than we do today. See also: Control groups, Proof of concept, and Proof of technology
    4 KB (274 words) - 04:06, 21 April 2016
  • discipline of paleontology.) It is of most importance for learning about prehistoric societies, when there are no written records for historians to study
    34 KB (4,018 words) - 21:11, 25 June 2016
  • genetic material. Def. the "[s]tudy of the forms of life existing in prehistoric or geologic times" is called paleontology. Clades from the paleontological
    36 KB (2,560 words) - 21:05, 25 April 2016
  • Early telescopes (category Technology)
    the Illusion of the Following Eye". Comcast. Retrieved 2012-10-04.  "Prehistoric Egypt, In: Wikipedia". San Francisco, California: Wikimedia Foundation
    47 KB (5,042 words) - 12:28, 6 June 2016
  • mountainous region of Jebel Acacus are the best sources of information about prehistoric Libya, and the pastoralist culture that settled there. The paintings
    19 KB (2,016 words) - 18:41, 8 May 2016
  • Playa, Egypt; Mnajdra, Malta and at Stonehenge, England); Newgrange, a prehistoric human-built mount in Ireland, was designed to detect the winter solstice;
    121 KB (13,192 words) - 15:28, 11 May 2016
  • contrasting, sparkly, drusy quartz." Def. a "black rock formed from prehistoric plant remains, composed largely of carbon and burned as a fuel" is called
    19 KB (1,578 words) - 12:46, 24 April 2016
  • may refer to "surrounded", "strong influence", or new technology and an accompanying "prehistoric change from matrimoieties to patrimoieties". Main source:
    27 KB (3,212 words) - 01:25, 15 May 2016
  • yesterday to today and onward to tomorrow, there is again a suggestion of a prehistoric time before the first hominins. The use of any system of thought or emotion
    101 KB (13,387 words) - 19:24, 6 July 2016
  • Geology (section Technology)
    terrain" is called geography. Def. a "black rock formed from prehistoric plant remains, composed largely of carbon and burned as a fuel" is called
    75 KB (6,356 words) - 16:16, 25 May 2016
  • genetically Proto-Indo-European, even in part. There are some attempts to link modern genetic traces with prehistoric ancestry, but it is best to be sceptical.
    3 KB (0 words) - 03:53, 3 February 2016
  • Retrieved 2013-04-22.  Cheryl Dybas and Robert Mitchum (May 17, 2010). "Prehistoric Fish Extinction Paved the Way for Modern Vertebrates". Arlington, Virginia
    47 KB (5,681 words) - 02:14, 28 June 2016
  • Babylonian telescope for the first time." "Egyptian astronomy begins in prehistoric times, in the Predynastic Period. In the 5th millennium BCE [7,000 to
    107 KB (10,207 words) - 16:15, 30 June 2016
  • adspersus. See also: Control groups, Proof of concept, and Proof of technology Human teeth "tooth, In: Wiktionary". San Francisco, California:
    4 KB (269 words) - 15:35, 15 May 2016
  • may refer to "surrounded", "strong influence", or new technology and an accompanying "prehistoric change from matrimoieties to patrimoieties". "The Aztecs
    32 KB (3,788 words) - 22:24, 12 April 2016
  • ABC-Clio. ISBN 1-85109-477-6.  Ruggles, C.L.N. (1999). Astronomy in Prehistoric Britain and Ireland. Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-07814-5.  "Archaeoastronomy
    120 KB (13,372 words) - 19:38, 4 July 2016
  • 7-8: 73-94. Power, C. 2004. Women in prehistoric art. In G. Berghaus (ed.), New Perspectives in Prehistoric Art. Westport, CT & London: Praeger, pp
    123 KB (13,898 words) - 00:18, 5 July 2016

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