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Prehistoric Hunt By Max Wang
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Enter a prehistoric world of beauty and wonder. Discover primitive beings and harm to the society of currently extinct species.
The Prehistoric Peak By Andrew Johnstone
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THE PREHISTORIC PEAK is a practical guide to discovering and exploring the Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments of the Peak District, not with the intention of explaining their origins, but to... More > encourage everyone to go and see them for themselves as they are today. After all, they are located in some of the most spectacular landscapes available to us in Britain today and make fascinating destinations for journeys that are about experiencing all the wonders of the world around us. Each site has been personally visited by the author and is described through photographs, ground plans of what can be seen today, custom maps with step-by-step, clear, concise directions on how to find each one and all the necessary GPS and OS grid references. It also includes practical advice on how to make your exploration of the Prehistoric Peak as pleasurable and safe as possible.< Less
Prehistoric Journey By D.L. Narrol
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Captain Limmerick lives a double life, from working class fisherman to prehistoric explorer. He stumbles onto Dr. Dimitrikov’s faulty time-travel device and travels 10,000 years into the past... More > to find how Megaloceros giganteus came to its demise. When the time travel expedition goes bust, he then time-travels again to try and fix the mess he made, but ends up 40,000 years into the past instead where he is faced with the unthinkable. Captain Limmerick proves his bravery but also realizes he is an ill-prepared time-traveler. While all hell breaks loose he is also caught between the-tug-of-war of two aggressive women.< Less
Prehistoric Journey By D.L. Narrol
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Captain Limmerick lives a double life, from working class fisherman to prehistoric explorer. He stumbles onto Dr. Dimitrikov’s faulty time-travel device and travels 10,000 years into the past... More > to find how Megaloceros giganteus came to its demise. When the time travel expedition goes bust, he then time-travels again to try and fix the mess he made, but ends up 40,000 years into the past instead where he is faced with the unthinkable. Captain Limmerick proves his bravery but also realizes he is an ill-prepared time-traveler. While all hell breaks loose he is also caught between the-tug-of-war of two aggressive women.< Less
The Prehistoric Quechuas By Paul Proulx
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Resumen. Abarco dos temas principales, prehistoria y organización social. A lo largo de los más de mil años entre proto quechua y el reino de los Incas, se ve una... More > progresión cultural de un pueblo que recién había vivido de la recolecta, caza, pesca, y un poco de agricultura, que por su proliferación demográfica se vio obligado de depender cada vez más sobre la agricultura. Sin embargo, la estratificación social del imperio Inca ha sido bastante distinto en carácter a todos los demás imperios que se conocen, tanto en el nuevo mundo como en el viejo. El segundo tema es su organización social. Para los Quechuas meridionales y costeros, reconstruyo ascendencías bilaterales llamados ayllus, una preferencia por casarse dentro del ayllu y de la aldea, hogares independientes (neolocales) colocados cerca de la mejor tierra heredada sea por la esposa o el marido, ascendencia paralela, y grupos matrilineales llamados panacas.< Less
The Prehistoric Quechuas By Paul Proulx
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Resumen. Abarco dos temas principales, prehistoria y organización social. A lo largo de los más de mil años entre proto quechua y el reino de los Incas, se ve una... More > progresión cultural de un pueblo que recién había vivido de la recolecta, caza, pesca, y un poco de agricultura, que por su proliferación demográfica se vio obligado de depender cada vez más sobre la agricultura. Sin embargo, la estratificación social del imperio Inca ha sido bastante distinto en carácter a todos los demás imperios que se conocen, tanto en el nuevo mundo como en el viejo. El segundo tema es su organización social. Para los Quechuas meridionales y costeros, reconstruyo ascendencías bilaterales llamados ayllus, una preferencia por casarse dentro del ayllu y de la aldea, hogares independientes (neolocales) colocados cerca de la mejor tierra heredada sea por la esposa o el marido, ascendencia paralela, y grupos matrilineales llamados panacas.< Less
Mosasaurs: Kings of the Prehistoric Era By Rev. Robert Allen LaVey Reynolds
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Greetings, The following work... Mosasaurs: Kings of the Prehistoric Era and Beyond is the 83st official work by The Reverend Robert Allen LaVey Reynolds and it gives him great pleasure to list... More > this work as being available for a price as his other works are... however... the Mossasaur... this Great Beast of Prehistoric Ancestory was not available was never available at any price and never will be... consumed by none other than themselves it was thought that the last could simply not be consumed by any... and so... and so... Enjoy.... -"The Reverend" Robert Allen LaVey Reynolds< Less
Prehistoric Tombs of Lüneburger Heath By Andi Payne
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A visitors guide to some of the best archaeological sites in the Lüneburger Heath region of Lower Saxony, Germany. In full colour with site descriptions.
THE RIDDLE OF PREHISTORIC BRITAIN Hardback By COMYNS BEAUMONT
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THE WONDER in the LAND: In this volume Comyns Beaumont brings together historical and biblical evidence to demonstrate that the history we have come to accept is far from accurate. He develops... More > the theme of the advanced civilisation present in pre-Roman Britain - the post-diluvian remnant of the Hyperborean landmass Plato called Atlantis. His acceptance of ancient astronomical and meteorological knowledge puts an end to the whole concept of an 'Ice Age', as aeons melt into centuries. The past is closer than we think!< Less
The Adventures of the Prehistoric: #1 Survival of the Triceratops By Cody Copitzky
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A dinosaur fights to survive the elements and a T-Rex during the destruction of his land.