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Aurignacian The Aurignacian culture (/ɔrɪɡˈneɪʃən/ or /ɔrɪnˈjeɪʃən/) is an archaeological culture of the Upper Palaeolithic, located in Europe and southwest Asia. It lasted broadly within the period from ca. 45,000 to 35,000 years ago (about 37,000 to 27,000 years ago on the uncalibrated radiocarbon timescale; between ca. 47,000 and 41,000 years ago using the most recent calibration of the radiocarbon timescale[1]). The name originates from the type site of Aurignac in the Haute-Garonne area…

Aurignacian culture map-en - Aurignacian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Haplogroup Migration Map: Late Neolithic & early Bronze Age cultures in Europe from approx 5,000 to 4,500 yrs ago, along w/ suggested associations for Y-DNA haplogroups.

Haplogroup Migration Map: Late Neolithic & early Bronze Age cultures in Europe from approx to yrs ago, along w/ suggested associations for Y-DNA haplogroups.

'Discovery of a lifetime': Stone Age temple found in Orkney is 800 years older than Stonehenge - and may be more important  The site contains 100 buildings, forming a 'temple precinct'  Stonehenge may not have been the centre of Neolithic culture after all  It could take decades to fully explore and examine  By TED THORNHILL  Last updated at 3:09 PM on 2nd January 2012

'Discovery of a lifetime': Stone Age temple found in Orkney is 800 years older than Stonehenge - and may be more important

'Discovery of a lifetime': Stone Age temple found in Orkney is 800 years older than Stonehenge - and may be more important The site contains 100 buildings, forming a 'temple precinct' Stonehenge may not have been the centre of Neolithic culture after all It could take decades to fully explore and examine By TED THORNHILL Last updated at 3:09 PM on 2nd January 2012

cavetocanvas:    Aurochs And Rhinoceroses from Chauvet Cave, c. 30,000 BCE

The Chauvet Cave (The Oldest Known Paintings in the World): Jean-Marie Chauvet, Eliette Brunel Deschamps, Christian Hillaire, Jean Clottes, Paul G.

Map illustrating the extent and growth of Megalith-builder culture in Europe.

Frontiers of Anthropology: Megalith Builders, Red Paint People and Algonquins

Bronze-Age European cultures of 2000 BC. http://www.jowsey.com/genealogy/GeneticGenealogy.html

Map of early to middle Bronze Age cultures from c. to BCE (web: Genetic history of the Spaniards and the Portuguese)

The three earliest Neolithic cultures of Europe

The three earliest Neolithic cultures of Europe: the Balkans Complex (chequered), the Impresso/Cardial Ware (black) (both VII millennium b.

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