RMG3B4T7–A Neolithic funeral : the body placed in a barrow
RMJDK005–Fishermen from the Neolithic Age aka New Stone Age or Age of the Polished Stone. From L'Homme Primitif, published 1870.
RMGD262F–prehistory, people/prehistoric men, settlement in the neolithic, young stone age, after painting by Arthur Kampf, lithograph, 70 x 92 cm, F. E. Wachsmuth, Leipzig, circa 1900, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMBP5HWW–3371. NEOLITHIC POTTERY, C. 4TH MILLENNIUM BC
RMH4843G–Illustration of neolithic trephination.
RMFF8X9J–NEOLITHIC SICKLES, c3000 B.C. /nNeolithic flint sickles (in modern handles) and pottery bowl from Thames, England, c3000 B.C.
RMHR5DA1–Dagger with handle and other obsidian daggers from Çatalhöyük Neolithic settlement, Anatolian Civilization Museum Ankara Turkey
RMDRY1NW–Skull from 'Escoural Grotto'. Neolithic. Middle-end. Archaeology Museum. Montemor-o-Novo. Portugal.
RME3TXMM–Reconstruction of Neolithic hut houses at Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England
RMG387WD–A Neolithic (Stone Age) potter Date: circa 3000 BC
RMJDK0B7–Making bread during the Neolithic Age aka New Stone Age or Age of the Polished Stone. From L'Homme Primitif, published 1870.
RMDB8C9E–agriculture, devices, hoes, circa 10th century BC, wood engraving, 19th century, hoe, hackiron, hoes, hacks, tool, tools, Neolithic Revolution, Stone Age, tillage, tilth, arable farming, prehistory, prehistoric times, prehistorical, prehistoric, technics, technology, technologies, neolithic, young stone age, agriculture, farming, devices, device, hack, hacking, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMF477XG–5827. Jericho walls, Neolithic period C. 8500 - 4500 B.C.
RMA6M8EM–A reconstruction of a neolithic dwelling at the Newgrange Visitor Center
RMA0HN54–Poulnabrone Dolmen, Co. Clare, Ireland
RMAMBNR9–Bogwood tree at Ceide Fields neolithic site, near Ballycastle, County Mayo, Ireland
RMCY6940–The Skarpsalling Pot. Troldebjerg style. 3200 BC. Neolithic Period. Found near Skarpsalling, Himmerland.
RMA2EXAE–Bull heads on the walls of Catal Huyuk houses artefact Anatolian Civilization Museum Ankara Turkey
RMA82BBJ–Neolithic period. Making bread Antique illustration. 1924.
RMA09W5R–Neolithic graphics County Meath Newgrange Ireland
RMCX8312–Ancient Monument Lanyon Quoit
RMBMP0FG–Mother Goddess on a throne Neolithic 7th - 5th millenium BC sanctuary of Catal Huyuk Anatolian Museum Ankara
RMB89JP3–Duddo stone circle
RFA5RPC1–remains of neolithic village built on poles on Lake of Ledro Italy
RMGDFTCC–Fashions of the Stone Age, German hunters wearing animal skins with stone axe and spear
RMBYRJN5–Neolithic flint Arrowheads (c400BC) from the Sahara Dessert
RFA52CG3–South West Sector Stone, Avebury Monument, Wiltshire England
RMG387ND–Fishing with nets from a boat in the Neolithic era Date: circa 3000 BC
RMJDK067–The first workshop of human industry, the manufacture and polishing of flint in Pressigny, France during the Neolithic Age aka New Stone Age or Age of the Polished Stone. From L'Homme Primitif, published 1870.
RMA5BPB6–Copy of wall paintings from the 10 000 year old town of Catalhoyuk central Anatolia Turkey
RMBP252M–HUMAN-RESEMBLING IMAGES SCRATCHED ONTO LIMESTONE PEBBLES FOUND SHAAR HA'GOLAN (NORTHERN JORDAN VALLEY) NEOLITHIC PERIOD; C. 8TH
RMBBJAK3–Small statuette from Catal Huyuk 8000-7000BC
RMA2B11Y–Avebury stone circle Wiltshire
RMAMBNRB–Exhibition hall and viewing platform at Ceide Fields neolithic site, near Ballycastle, County Mayo, Ireland
RFA1AJD9–Nymphsfield Long Barrow Dursley Gloucestershire
RMA2EXBD–Catal Huyuk artifacts ornaments founds in excavations Anatolian Civilization Museum Ankara Turkey
RMA82BBK–Neolithic period. Working flint. Antique illustration. 1924
RMR19HBC–Flat based groove ware pot in 'Making Connections' - the new exhibition (opened October 2018) in Stonehenge Visitor Centre, Wilshire, UK.
RFB08E8E–devils arrows - monoliths at boroughbridge
RMCXTC8G–Marble Woman figure Aegean final neolithic 5000-3500 B.C. grotesque Female figure Child cling to her Back Greek Greece
RFAAF7JD–Entrance to Neolithic Grave at La Houge Bie
RMA6M6XM–Detail of carved rock at Roughting Linn, Northumberland
RMGG2A2T–Neolithic terracotta, Centaurus Prehistory Kosaska-Mitrvica museum
RM2BDYA22–Neolithic Flint Daggers
RMF3KN30–Neolithic flint arrowhead (Saharan Africa, c4000BC) 40mm long
RMFFA3BX–NEOLITHIC ARROWHEADS /nfound in Egypt.
RMHY17XR–Neolithic man. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMAX9X9H–Neolithic Chinese Pottery Hong Kong Museum of Art Hong Kong China
RMBP27BG–NEOLITHIC PERIOD C 8TH. MILLENNIUM BC AGRICULTURAL TOOLS; A STONE HOE (LEFT) & A STONE CHISELLED PLOW BLADE (LEFT) THE OVDAH
RMDBRWF3–Petroglyphs near Akka, south-west Morocco, Neolithic age.
RMD95R16–Neolithic implements of stone, flint and horn. Woodcut c1890
RMA2EXBA–Goddess sitting on a lion chair Catal Huyuk artifact Anatolian Civilization Museum Ankara Turkey
RF2J8765H–Prehistoric sites in China. Neolithic, Bronze & Iron Age. Migrations 1935 map
RM2GDGCB8–SKARA BRAE Neolithic settlement overlooking the Bay of Skaill on the mainland island of Orkney, Scotland.. Photo: Tony Gale
RMDEBGMM–Prehistory. Objects found around Riga city. Neolithic era. Stone axes
RMRYJ802–prehistory, architecture, neolithic, reconstruction of a house (5500 BC), detail, gable, oldest houses in Central Europe, Straubing, Lower Bavaria, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RF2JFP42Y–This 1912 image by J M Gleeson illustrates Kipling’s How the alphabet was made. Neolithic man Tegumai Bopsulai is out fishing with his daughter Taffy. They talk about the episode in “How the First Letter was written”, when Taffy’s attempt to send a message in a drawing led to complete misunderstanding. Taffy suggests a way of representing the sounds of the Tegumai language in pictograms. Together she and her father evolve a system using familiar objects and facial expressions, which when simplified become letters of the alphabet. The system was adopted and improved for thousands of years and n
RMA6M6XP–Detail of carved rock at Roughting Linn, Northumberland
RMGG2CTK–Neolithic terracotta Mother with child Vinca Group. From Predonica, near Pristina. Prehistory Zagreb, archaeological museum
RM2BDYA5E–Neolithic Representation of Solar Symbols
RMGCK81B–Peter Yeoman, Historic Scotland Head of Cultural Resources, holds a Neolithic figurine thought to be more than 4,500 years old, at Longmore House in Edinburgh.
RMFFA3BW–NEOLITHIC ARROWHEADS. /nFound in Tassili, Algeria. 4th millennium B.C.
RMAY3N72–Stone Age Potter
RMA9F6KA–Swiss lake dwellings in the Neolithic Age. Drawn by Alice B Woodward
RMM3MY97–Funeral in the Neolithic Age
RMBP5JYR–4376. NEOLITHIC PERIOD STONE CARVED CULT MASK
RMHT3KJY–Knowlton neolithic ritual henge, (c1990-2010). Artist: Ivan Lapper.
RMW7ED6R–Flint polishing stone from Neolithic France. Artist: Unknown
RMMC6EEY–STONES - The Lanyon Quoit, a neolithic chamber near Madron, Cornwall
RM2A25NW2–Ancient female figure from the neolithic period, ukraine.
RMA2EXBC–Catal Huyuk wall art Anatolian Civilization Museum Ankara Turkey
RF2JC6MJ4–Rollright stones, Long Compton. Neolithic Bronze Age megaliths. Oxfordshire 1806
RM2GDGCB1–SKARA BRAE Neolithic settlement overlooking the Bay of Skaill on the mainland island of Orkney, Scotland.. Photo: Tony Gale
RMCBY311–Dolmen El Sotillo. Neolithic. Laguardia. Basque Country. Spain.
RMRYJ805–prehistory, architecture, neolithic, reconstruction of a house (5500 BC), detail, gable, oldest houses in Central Europe, Straubing, Lower Bavaria, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMDWT6XB–Neolithic and Bronze Age: Jewelry
RMRP61GX–Late Neolithic idol plaques found in Portugal on display in the Carmo Archaeological Museum (Museu Arqueológico do Carmo) in the former Carmo Convent (Convento do Carmo) in Lisbon, Portugal.
RMGG2CTM–Neolithic terracotta Statue seated on a throne. Vinca group. From Predonica, near Pristina. Prehistory Zagreb, archaeological museum
RM2BDYA37–Mesolithic and Neolithic Flint Tools
RMGCDGWY–Clara McManus, 7, is pictured behind Orkney Venus, a 5000-year-old Neolithic carving of a human form at Stirling Castle in Scotland.
RMFF8796–NEOLITHIC BOWLS. /nBowl and dish of Samarra Ware, late sixth millenium B.C.
RMAY5H9E–Swiss Lake Dwellers
RMJDK0BP–The first navigators during the Neolithic Age aka New Stone Age or Age of the Polished Stone. From L'Homme Primitif, published 1870.
RMM3MY9J–Prehistoric Man of the Neolithic Age
RMBP2950–JERICHO - PLASTERED HUMAN SKULL FROM NEOLITHIC PERIOD C. 7TH. MILLENIUM BC
RM2HME25D–Stenness, Orkney, UK. 9th Feb, 2022. A lone visitor to the Stones of Stenness - a neolithic stone circle - in Orkney, Scotland, braves the ice cold wind in the late afternoon. Credit: Peter Lopeman/Alamy Live News
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