Assuming then that the use of stone has in all cases preceded the use of metals, it is quite certain that the same Age which was an Age of Stone in one part of the world was an Age of Metal in another. As regards the Eskimo and the South-Sea Islanders... Compte rendu de la ... session - Pagina 31869Visualizzazione completa
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Francis H. Buzzacott - 1909 - 613 pagine
...rude stone implements are not necessarily any proof whatever of a really barbarous condition. And even if it were true that the use of stone has in all cases...one part of the world was an Age of Metal in another part. As regards the Esquimaux and the South Sea Islanders, we are now, or were very recently, living...