Monday, September 29, 2008

Passing on some great links

While searching for images of the cave drawings in La Marche, France, I stumbled across a fantastic website with links and images to over 42 Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic archeological sites in Europe, Russia, Asia, and Australia. This website has great photos for the kids, along with articles that explain the period. Have your kids drop by. For that matter, I recommend that you drop by even if you have no kids.

The world’s many Stone Age archeological sites:

Venus figures from the Stone Age:

Paintings, engravings, and sculptures from the Stone Age

Stone Age plants, animals, people, and geography

Stone Age tools and decorative objects

Archeological forgeries, hoaxes and curiosities

Maps of the Earth Children’s Series showing the extent of the last Ice Age and more

Modern Paintings depicting Stone Age life

Thanks and Happy Historybusting...

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