The inference is that the Basques, because of genetic isolation in their mountain fastness, descend right down from Cro-Magnon man
, "there being no evidence for any change in population in the area for thousands of years before the arrival of the Celts and later the Romans in the first millennium BC."(2)
Just as some Neanderthals walked among Cro-Magnon man
, so too do dying schools of literary criticism long overlap with ascendant ones.
Without any visual or hightech aids, he delivered a well-crafted speech likening today's information revolution to the success of Cro-Magnon man
in the presence of the more prevalent Neanderthal.
used needles made of bone to stitch animal pelts.
The earliest known treatment of disease - arthritis included - dates back 20,000 years to Cro-Magnon man
. Cave drawings indicate that Cro-Magnons enlisted one tribesman as their healer and treated illness with dances, sorcery, magic and other appeals to the spirits.
A specialist leads the group to two caves renowned for their multi-colored paintings created 17,000 years ago by Cro-Magnon Man
. Many cyclists choose to spend the day exploring the caves, but the actual tour is only two hours long, giving flexibility to those ready to move on.
The relief is an art form that dates back to the first inscriptions by Cro-Magnon man
on cave walls.
In creepy prehistory, when Joe Cro-Magnon Man
drew a picture of a mastodon on the wall of a communal cave, Bod Cro-Magnon Man
probably told him the ears .