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" ... which had the appearance of being made by human hands. The presence of the lower jaws with the skulls indicates that they were deposited in the cavern while the ligaments still bound them together. They were all more or less covered with decaying... "
International Congress of Prehistoric Archæology: Transactions of the Third ... - Pagina 261
1869 - 419 pagine
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Proceedings, Volumi 12-13

1865
...Aigoceroi Caucasica, of Asia, than any recent skull with which I am acquainted in London or Oxford. The outer chamber was remarkable for the absence of earth of any kind, except immediately underneath the natural entrance. The lower chamber (B) on the other hand, at the same slope...
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The Intellectual Observer, Volume 12

1868
...fourth skull belonged to the pig, and had a round hole in the frontals rather larger than a florin, which had the appearance of being made by human hands....bones and teeth of wolf, fox, mole, arvicola, badger, bat, along with a metacarpal of red-deer and the remains of birds. How the nnimal remains were introduced,...
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A Monograph of the British Pleistocene Mammalia, Volumi 1-3

William Boyd Dawkins, W. Ayshford Sanford - 1872 - 194 pagine
...mole, arvicolae, badger, bat, the metacarpal of red deer, the radius of Bos, and the remains of birds. The outer chamber was remarkable for the absence of earth of any kind, except underneath the natural entrance, where there was a thin coating. The lower chamber, on the other hand, running in...
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1869
...others were those of a species of the goat tribe, approaching more closely to the JEgoceros Caucasica of Asia than any other recent species, in the oval...bones and teeth, of wolf, fox, mole, arvicola, badger, arid bat, along with a metacarpal of red-deer and the remains of birds. How the animal remains were...
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