If they are right, their findings may help our understanding of early social unrest among the first Central European farmers of the Neolithic era
The Neolithic era
dates back to 4,000-3,000BC and finding such a monument is extremely rare, with only five others known to exist in Wales.
An epic journey through the ages, "Good Neighbours" begins with the fascinating past of the British population, beginning at the Neolithic era
in 7000 BC and spanning more than nine thousand years, down to the modern day.
HERE'S two different views of one of North Wales' best known vistas - as seen from the Neolithic era
and the end of the most recent Ice Age.
Which is why, since, oh, the Neolithic era
, POWs tend to be released after a war is over.
Hong was commissioned by Samsung for his expertise in Ottchil, a Korean lacquer painting technique that dates back to the Neolithic Era
, and for his ability to apply a traditional art form onto modern materials.
The Neolithic era
was actually a better time for humans when they developed better tools, became better hunters, and learned to make warmer clothes.
Marianne Carruthers heard the two-metre megalith - which is believed to date back to the Neolithic era
- hit the ground from her home.
He casts his glance back to the Neolithic era
, showing us one of Jose's ancestors, a man who is just as belated as his descendant, refusing to abandon his hunter-gatherer practices when everyone around him is turning to farming and breeding and other more sedentary pursuits.
Domesticated in the Neolithic era
and roaming wild for the last 4,000 years, the Soay sheep weigh just 45 to 80 pounds and stand 2 feet high.
Al-Sayyed alos noted that a Neolithic era
drawing of ostriches and cranes, painted with the red color on a while background, was found in the archeological site of Tall Baqras on the right bank of the Euphrates River.
IF a week is a long time in politics then a footballing week is comparable to the Neolithic Era