lived thickly on the moor, and as no one in particular has lived there since, we find all his little arrangements exactly as he left them.
The prehistoric man
was cursing us, praying to us, wel- coming us--who could tell?
And the prehistoric man
in me rather exulted in the idea of fighting for my desire.
The significance of this is that it's possible that the origin of prehistoric man
is in Israel, and not in East Africa.
The opening - a wild, sinuous, yelping physical trip through evolution of mankind, from prehistoric man
to those dying moments on the dancefloor when desperate lunges are made during the obligatory slow dance - is heralded by the echoing boom-boom of a beating heart.
The history of the prehistoric man
is unfolding more and more owing to the work of geologists, palaeontologists, ethnologists, and their coworkers.
I loved the cave paintings and I thought that if prehistoric man
could create these wonderful drawings out of very primitive materials then we could go home to Morpeth and restore our home.
Indeed, it is hard to imagine a prehistoric man
about 10,000 years ago eating a mammoth's trunk and pondering the potential health risk from the high content of cholesterol.
He presents his guide to The Life Of Rock from prehistoric man
to the present day, in a spoof chronology charting some of the biggest moments in rock history.
But, as a programme of walKs this autumn will reveal, it also does have a fascinating history with themed walKs focussing on the moorland restoration worK, how prehistoric man
lived on the moor and walKs that will give you the best views for miles around.
Color photographs on almost every page illustrate Megalithism: Sacred and Pagan Architecture in Prehistory, an exploration of prehistoric man
's creation of sacred, pagan displays with gigantic boulders.