prehistoric man

Collection by Rick Smith

Rick Smith
The silicone reconstruction of the 'Chancelade Man' created by artist Elisabeth Daynes, which is a reconstruction of a pre-historic human. (and all I keep seeing is Mick Fleetwood from the Mac here! Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Anthropologie, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Paleolithic Era, Prehistoric Man, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Hunter Gatherer

How our ancestors really looked (and dressed)

Artist and palaeontology expert Elisabeth Daynes, has created the silicone models showing exactly what a pre-historic man and woman would have looked like based on studying their bones.

Cro-Magnon women look like . Not very different from modern times . Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Forensic Artist, Cro Magnon, Lascaux, Prehistoric Man, Anthropologie, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Hunter Gatherer

Unca Darrell

Old. Conservative. Christian. In love with my wife, our boys, Texas, America, Western Civilization, and Jesus. Sorry about the decline of newspapers. Therefore, a Trump voter.

Happiness (Stone Age/Ice Age) by on DeviantArt Character Art, Character Design, Prehistoric Man, Early Humans, Hunter Gatherer, Ice Age, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Aliens


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Stone Age - Q-files Encyclopedia Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Stone Age People, Paleolithic Period, Ages Of Man, Early Humans, Iron Age, Ancient History, Archaeology

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The Palaeolithic Period, or Old Stone Age, describes the time between the first use of simple tools by early human-like creatures (about 3.3 million years ago).

Libor Balák - Bilzingsleben campsite in Central Germany some years ago in the Middle Paleolithic Paleolithic Era, Ages Of Man, Prehistoric Man, Primitive Survival, Indigenous Tribes, Human Evolution, Hunter Gatherer, Minoan, Stone Age

Bilzingsleben campsite in Central Germany some 350,000 years ago. Illustration by Libor Balák.