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" AT the time man first appeared on the earth, the physical conditions obtaining1 in Western Europe were altogether different from those under which we now live. Britain formed part of the mainland of Europe, and low fertile plains covered with the vegetation... "
International Congress of Prehistoric Archæology: Transactions of the Third ... - Pagina 257
1869 - 419 pagine
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The Intellectual Observer, Volume 12

1868
...DAWKINS, MA, PBS, FGS* AT the time man first appeared on the earth, the physical conditions obtaining1 in Western Europe were altogether different from those...of Siberia and North America. One would naturally expect that the animals living on that vast pleistocene continent, under such conditions of life would...
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The Intellectual Observer, Volume 12

1868
...coast line. The Thames also, instead of flowing into the German Ocean, joined the Elbe and the Rhine iu an estuary opening on the North Sea about the latitude...of Siberia and North America. One would naturally expect that the animals living on that vast pleistocene continent, under such conditions of life would...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1869
...were altogether different from the present. Britain formed part of the main land of Europe, and her fertile plains, covered with the vegetation peculiar...joined the Elbe and the Rhine in an estuary opening into the North Sea about the latitude of Berwick. The climate resembled that of Siberia and North America....
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1869
...were altogether different from the present. Britain formed part of the main land of Europe, and her fertile plains, covered with the vegetation peculiar...joined the Elbe and the Rhine in an estuary opening into the North Sea about the latitude of Berwick. The climate resembled that of Siberia and North America....
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