Prehistory sentence example

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  • A new chapter in British prehistory has now been opened.
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  • Many archeologists vigorously deny that cannibalism has ever been normal practice in Britain or elsewhere, in prehistory or at any more recent period.
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  • Later farming communities also employed fire to clear vegetation and the spread of heather moor in the upland probably accelerated from late prehistory onwards.
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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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  • Armed with these records, Pichel developed a whole prehistory for a new group he founded or with which he was connected.
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  • He suggests that people may not have been aware of the bigger changes that we identify when studying prehistory.
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  • The Sheffield venue saw two trends, a major one toward Aegean prehistory, and a minor one toward Western Mediterranean archeology.
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  • The conference will review the evidence, past and present, for round houses in Scotland during later prehistory.
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  • Indeed, without its role as a provider of origins, early prehistory would have little purpose.
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  • Any excursion into the prehistory of Grampian should start at Scotland's unique prehistory park, at Oyne.
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  • Pillar of the sky is her one excursion into prehistory so far which sets out to explore the origins of Stonehenge.
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  • Three of these finds are nationally significant discoveries, adding immeasurably to our understanding of British prehistory.
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  • Stalinist revolutionism from above had a prehistory in the political culture of Russian tsarism; it existed as a pattern in the Russian past.
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  • Discover royal splendor from prehistory to the Renaissance, from the Middle Ages to the 19th century.
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