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The glee in one woman's eyes as she opened up the deer was a bit disturbing as were the amount of flies crawling on the meat after they'd hung it up on a tree (no fridges in the Stone Age you see).
o far, the divers have uncovered a number of remnants believed to have been discarded in the water by nomadic Swedes in the Stone Age.
A 40,000-year-old human skeleton found in China has yielded genetic clues to Stone Age evolution.
HISTORIANS believe they have unearthed evidence of a 4,000-year-old Stone Age camp in the Midlands - thanks to a dog walker.
Super Stone Age at the Old Fulling Mill TAKE a trip to Old Fulling Mill in Durham where the activities will be going Super Stone Age for the whole weekend.
We're almost at that Stone Age phase of sticking your money under the mattress.
There are improvements to the live bees display, the relocation of the Warwickshire bear and the redisplay of the 16th century Sheldon Tapestry and a Stone Age hand axe.
Deir Ezzor, Northeastern Syria (SANA)-Tal Bokrous is a sample of the first agricultural village built according to the architectural style of the Stone Age in Deir Ezzor, (432 kmsAanortheast ofAaDamascus).
About 35,000 years ago, music fitted a cave in southwestern Germany when one of our Stone Age ancestors took a hollow bone from a griffon vulture, carved finger holes, and made one of the first flutes.
Summary: Sweethead is the new project of Troy Van Leeuwen; Queens of the Stone Age guitarist.
They are stuck in the Stone Age and if they don't get their act together there will be no league left.
ARCHEOLOGISTS have uncovered remarkable evidence that stone age man lived in Birmingham city centre more than 10,000 years ago.
Archaeologists have uncovered remarkable evidence that stone age man lived in the centre of Birmingham more than 10,000 years ago.
STONE Age people brought cattle across the country to "bring-your-own" beef barbecues near Stonehenge, tests on animal teeth finds have revealed.
Professor Boyd Eaton argues that there has been little genetic change to the human gene pool since our ancestors lived as Stone Age hunter-gatherers.