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The Oxford Illustrated History of Prehistoric Europe [Paperback]

Barry Cunliffe
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IN 1905, forty years after Sir John Lubbock, in his landmark book Pre-Historic times, had first used the term Palaeolithic to describe an old Stone Age era, Henry knipe celebrated the achievements of prehistoric science in his illustrated poem Nebula to Man. Read the first page
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