How to use Paleolithic in a sentence

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  • In general, the Paleolithic diet focuses on eating as close to exactly as our ancestors did.

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  • Paleolithic man, who made pictures on cave walls.

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  • The Paleolithic era was also called the Old Stone Age because humans at the time used stone to make tools and as part of tools. 

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  • Our archeology professor was so old we called him Paleolithic man.

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  • This type of tattoo was first seen in the paleolithic period, over 12,000 years ago.

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  • The deposits themselves contain the earliest evidence of man in the area, in the form of Paleolithic flint implements.

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  • Paleolithic hunter-gatherers do not appear to have come to Scilly and the evidence for the Mesolithic is scarce.

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  • Paleolithic times, is a major port.

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  • The Paleolithic Diet has a number of forms depending on philosophy.

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  • The author explains the ancient nature of the Lithuanian pagan faith and its mythology, which had its origins in the Upper Paleolithic period.

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  • Paleolithic cave paintings from the Ardèche courtesy of the French Ministry of Culture.

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  • Lower Paleolithic Surface finds from the northern scarp of the Downs at Kithurst Hill, West Sussex.

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  • Excavations reveal an intact stratigraphy of 22 vertical meters containing 36 layers from Lower Paleolithic through to Medieval.

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  • The first, the Paleolithic men, may have died out or retired before successors arrived.

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  • The Paleolithic era covered a huge time period and within that time humans developed increasingly complex tools and objects.

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  • Language and communication was an important development during the Paleolithic period. Without it, humans wouldn't have been able to travel such huge distances, establish settlements or trade.

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  • Many cave paintings from the Paleolithic period have survived in Spain and France.

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  • South Africa is rapidly solving her own paleolithic riddles, which are closely connected with the main problem of man's ancestry.

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  • The total absence of authentic Upper Paleolithic assemblages is equally significant.

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  • This may have been true in Britain during earlier interglacials, when the great beasts of the Paleolithic era required large areas of grassland.

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  • Now it is extending its range back to the Paleolithic and will be including far more prehistory in its undergraduate syllabus than previously.

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  • Dairy, grains and processed condiments such as vinegar are not considered part of the Paleolithic diet, and a number of true Paleolithic dieters also eschew cooking their food.

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  • Children, both young and old, will enjoy browsing the excellent photographs of these Paleolithic cave drawings.

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  • The first wall stencils, which were made out of leaves, can be seen on cave walls dating to the Paleolithic period (30,000 BC to 9,000 BC).

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  • The cache-sexe can be traced to the Paleolithic period, where stone carvings of fecund women, such as the Venus of Lespugue, depict panels of string fore and aft.

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