RMT96MN0–Oldowan (formerly Abbevillian) hand-axe showing sinuous edge. Lower Paleolithic period. The Oldowan, sometimes spelled Olduwan, is the archaeological term used to refer to the earliest stone tool industry in prehistory. Oldowan tools were used during the Lower Paleolithic period, 2.6 million years ago up until 1.7 million years ago, by ancient hominins.
RFT2M58N–Prehistoric petroglyphs, rock carvings, of geometric designs carved by the prehistoric Camuni people, Museum of Prehistory in Val Camonica, Italy
RMCYBKAF–Hand axes of flint. Aisne Valley, France. Mousterian Culture. 100000-40000 BC. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark.
RMBP5HWY–TOOLS USED BY HOMO ERECTUS C. 50TH. MILLENNIUM. THE STONE TOOL IS SHARPENED ONLY AT ONE SIDE ENABLING THE USER TO HOLD IT AT
RMA82BAY–Prehistory life. Sculpture. Antique illustration. 1924
RME3R3R9–Neanderthal hunters chasing prey in forest at Prehisto Parc, theme park about prehistoric life at Tursac, Dordogne, France
RMB17DPH–Prehistoric flint tools from Lower Paleolithic era displayed in the Prehistoric Man Museum in Kibbutz Ma'ayan Baruch, Upper Galilee Northern Israel
RMAJ97PP–Neanderthal Cave Paintings From Mayriere Superieure Bruniquel France Europe
RMA0A3AJ–England Northumberland Northumberland National Park Pre historic cup and ring marks rock art on a stone at Lordenshaw
RM2A6M6C0–Valencia Spain,Ciutat Vella,old city,historic district,Centre Cultural La Beneficiencia,building,inside interior,interior inside,Prehistory Museum,exh
RMMHNYDC–An approximation of the shape and size of Argentavis magnificens ("magnificent Argentine bird", or more literally "magnificent silver bird") compared to a human figure - among the largest flying birds ever to exist. Date: Prehistory
RMF02GRB–Prehistory - Dinosaurs. Drawing
RFECJK1N–France, Vendee, Saint Hilaire la Foret, prehistory museum, dolmen (aerial view)
RMCY28KD–Europe Italy Lombardy Como Palazzo Giovio Archaeological Museum Room Prehistory The Carriage of the Ca Morta
RMA00TGB–dh Neolithic burial caves europe CALES CUEVAS MENORCA BALEARIC Prehistoric bronze age cave prehistory megalithic site
RME0RE2A–Feb. 02, 1959 - Making much wind: Like a monster of the prehistory this 40 meters long colossus in the 'Pfappen - wood' near Stuttgart. The wind tunnel with a diameter of 3 meters belongs to the 'Technical High School' of stuttgart to the institute of aero-gasdynamic. The research institute is just build up and will begin working in the autumn of this year. The costs will run to several millions.
RMC2PAYW–Skara Brae, Isle of Orkney prehistory prehistoric Scottish monument monuments Orkneys Scotland UK coast coastal
RMJ94G8C–mural of prehistory valley of vinales kuba
RM2BX0TH5–France, Indre et Loire, Le Grand Pressigny, Grand Pressigny castle, the Prehistory of Grand Pressigny Museum // France, Indre-et-Loire (37), Le Grand-
RFJ5WYT1–stone rock france prehistory monument stone rock france archeology prehistory
RMBNJBTC–Germany Thuringia Weimar museum for prehistory and early history wild vine court yard culture
RMEKKDR4–Prehistoric heads and skulls showing human evolution in prehistory gallery in the Cinquantenaire Museum, Brussels, Belgium
RFT35RJ1–Objects and weapons of the Nordic Bronze Age of the Scandinavian prehistory, ca. 1700-500 B.C.
RMT83J5H–France, Alpes de Haute Provence, Parc Naturel Regional du Verdon, Quinson, Museum of the Gorges du Verdon Prehistory designed by architect Norman Foster, reconstitution of a woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis)
RM2M3T0Y0–Catalhoyuk (Catal Hoyuk and Catal Huyuk) - a very large Neolithic and Chalcolithic proto-city settlement in southern Anatolia, which existed from approximately 7100 BC to 5700 BC, and flourished around 7000 BC. Level XII and Shrine of Level VIII (top photo) and the spectacular Bull Shrine, the north wall (with a dramatic painting showing Neolithic hunters attacking an aurochs) of level V. Article by James Mellaart, Lecturer in Anatolian Archaeology in the University of London.
RMK5A5E4–Prehistory. Age of Metals. Bronze Age. Schematic cave painting. Detail of female figures with ornaments and deer. Cueva de los Organos (province of Jaen, Andalusia, Spain).
RMBGEPH7–Avebury Wiltshire English prehistoric prehistory stone circle circles England UK sarsen stones religion religious site
RMBK3RMJ–Mural de la Prehistoria (The Mural of Prehistory) measures 120 meters by 180 meters & depicts evolution of humans It was
RM2BDXM0A–Upper Paleolithic Reindeer Horn Tools
RMGD2FM4–fine arts, prehistory, Sumer, sculpture, statuette of a man, alabaster, Uruk, Iraq, circa 3500 / 3300 BC, National Museum Baghdad, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RFT2M599–Prehistoric petroglyphs, rock carvings, of geometric designs carved by the prehistoric Camuni people, Museum of Prehistory in Val Camonica, Italy
RMDH9PK9–Prehistory. Paleolithic. France. Cabrerets. Pech Merle cave. The dotted horse.
RMBJ0KG4–Prehistory Museum, Le Grand-Pressigny, sud-Touraine, France.
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