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We are learning about the prehistory of North America.
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Lapidary has its roots in prehistory, as early humans began fashioning tools and weapons from stone.
Last month, Netflix canceled The Get Down, its crazily expensive rap-prehistory melodrama.
Jon’s father is Rhaegar Targaryen, the long-dead older brother of Dany who ran off with Lyanna during the show’s prehistory.
Culture, the systematic transmission of experience, is how humanity has survived from prehistory to the age of the iPhone.
Louis’s other love was Afghanistan’s prehistory
But these paintings once attracted large audiences, aroused intense controversy, and deeply influenced later visions of prehistory, from King Kong to Fantasia, as Zoë Lescaze explains in Paleoart: Visions of the Prehistoric Past.
Huge archaeological collections in museums held DNA that, once reconstructed, shed light on the genetic prehistory of the continent as far back as 40,000 years.
They were inhabited from prehistory until the 1950s, when — overcrowded, poverty-stricken and disease-ridden — they were evacuated by the state.
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