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91. The Uranians [Books] [de Grazia books]
... to be proof already of a shared culture between old worlds and new, even of cultural divergence from a possible common ecumenical culture. There is a variety of materials indicating prehistoric contact between Asia and America, little of it suggesting the conventional theory that humans arrived in the Western Hemisphere by the Bering Straits passage. For example, C. ... Leroi-Gourhan reminds us, "How would a visitor from another planet distinguish between the Christian lamb pierced by a sword and the bison struck by a lance?... Prehistory is a kind of clay-headed colossus. ever more intangible as one goes up from the ground to the brain."[10] Direct sky imitations- showing a ...
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... , will certainly always stand foremost among those who have been instrumental in what may be the greatest achievement of modern times, the lifting of the veil that lies over the prehistoric' past of humanity, and the revelation of radiant light where only tenebrous uncertainty was supposed to reign. My own contribution since Ashton and Allan entered the lists has ... . May it initiate many new departures in scientific research. Bibliography A. POSNANSKY. El Clima del Altiplano y la Extension del Lago Titicaca con relacion a Tihuanacu en epocas prehistoricas. 1911. Tihuanacu y la Civilisacion Prehistorica en el Altiplano andino. 1911. H. HOERBIGER and PH. FAUTH. Glazialkosmogonie. 1913. A. POSNANSKY. ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 273  -  19 Jun 2005  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/bellamy/calendar.htm
... modern types were also in France, at Cro-Magnon and elsewhere, by this time [192]. We have very little information about the social organisation or hunting practices of prehistoric hominids, and it could well be that some advance in one of these areas, not associated with skeletal changes or the use of different tools, is the explanation ... , New York, 1990). 14. R. Ciochon, J. Olsen and J. James: Other Origins - The Search for the Giant Ape in Human Prehistory (Gollancz, London, 1991). 15. E. Marshall: `Paleoanthropology gets physical', Science 247 (1990), pp. 798-801. 16 ...
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94. Radiocarbon Dates and Cultural Change [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Spring 1979) Home | Issue Contents Radiocarbon Dates and Cultural Change Euan W. MacKie Dr MacKie, author of "The Megalith Builders" and "Science and Society in Prehistoric Britain", is Assistant Keeper in the Hunterian Museum of the University of Glasgow. He has excavated at Mayan and Scottish sites and published numerous articles and historic journals ... easy to collect the data (mostly from the journal Radiocarbon) and not difficult to do the mathematics, and the results could be spectacular. There are other periods in prehistory at which C14 dates for major monuments and cultural changes appear to cluster, and these could also be investigated. One such occurs towards the end of the 4th millennium ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 272  -  06 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v0304/098radio.htm
95. Past, Present, and Future [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Ice Age"), biology (" systematic mutation," "great leaps," "mass extinctions," "punctuated equilibria"), ancient history (" prehistoric missing high civilizations," "sudden destruction of civilizations," "reconstruction of Egyptian and Greek chronology"), and mythology (" the enlarged truth of legend ... view introduces an opposition party. In science as much as in politics, a multi-party system is preferable to a one-party system. Like the elite of an underdeveloped nation, prehistorians may suppose that their area is too poor in resources and skilled manpower to afford a democratic opposition. On the contrary, like an underdeveloped nation, archaeology and pre-history ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 271  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/burning/ch30.htm
... Alfred De Grazia Home | Issue Contents CHAPTER FIVE The Catastrophic Finale of the Middle Bronze Age * (* A paper presented at the IX Congress of the International Union of Prehistorical and Protohistorical Sciences, Nice, 1976.) Catastrophes are defined as large-scale intensive natural disasters. All the world's religions are founded upon original catastrophes. Indeed, so ... Surveys are needed for the Western Mediterranean area and Northern and Central Europe generally. An abundance of legends of catastrophes is offered, and the shadow of catastrophe hangs heavily over prehistory. Vast forests may have swept into or been drowned by a Baltic Sea formed at this time. Offering themselves for mid-second millennium construction and abandonment are hundreds of megalithic ...
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... the claimed margin of error of the figures. Hmm! Figure 4: Calibration Curve Expressed as (a ) Corrections to Radiocarbon Dates and (b ) Estimated Fluctuations in Prehistoric Radiocarbon Concentration in Atmosphere (A . Beal, based on Pearson & Stuiver, as Figure 3, above). calculated prehistoric radiocarbon conc. vs. present day ... . Figure 6: Estimated Rate of C14 Formation to Generate Past Concentrations of C14 in Atmosphere Corresponding to Figure 3 Calibration Curve References 1. M. A. Cook: Prehistory and Earth Models (Max Parrish, London, 1966) 2. J. & A. Dayton: Minerals, Metals, Glazing and Man (Harrap, London ...
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98. On testing The Polar configuration [Journals] [Aeon]
... to how that record supplies the answers predicted by the model. (1 ) An Ancient Experience Our subject is an extraordinary period in Earth history and the history of man-a prehistoric epoch dominated by profound and at times overwhelming cosmic events. The polar configuration involves a unique congregation of planets moving very close to the Earth some time before the dawn ... J. Grimm, Teutonic Mythology James Stallybrass, trans. (New York, 1966), pp. 71-2. R. Forrer has shown, in Le Chars cultuels prehistoriques, that the early symbolism of the wheel precedes use of practical wheels, a finding that should, on its own, cause a major reassessment of the usual theories ...
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... Perpendicular Axis, Montreal, 1876. 35. Warren, W F, Paradise Found: The Cradle of the Human Race at the North Pole. A Study of the Prehistoric World, Boston, 1885, p. 181. 36. Allan, DS, & Delair, JB, When the Earth Nearly Died, Bath, 1995. ... this brief period, however, a whole series of profound environmental and climatic changes has occurred in quick succession. Naturalists have coined names to distinguish the different episodes, while prehistorians, studying them from anthropological and social perspectives, have given them other names. Table 1 tabulates these chronologically. Table 1: Holocene Chronological Highlights NB All dates averaged ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 270  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v1997n2/04planet.htm
... this collective condition: Freud attributed it to the Oedipus drama of the son killing the father in order to possess the mother, this presumably having been a widespread practice in prehistoric times; Jung, however, maintained that mankind's collective subconscious is populated by primeval archetypes which shape our patterns of thought and behavior. Both Freud and Jung assumed that ... KRONOS VI: I, pp. 48-50, under that title.] It is inappropriate here to offer a lengthy catalogue of the physical evidence of advanced human cultures in prehistory. Such evidence has been gathered and presented in detail by a number of researchers(1 ) and includes great walls and roads now submerged under oceans; copper and ...
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