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ÖSAÖffentliche Versicherung Sachsen-Anhalt (German: public insurance of Sachsen-Anhalt)
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Many sites were discovered mostly in Spain and in southern France depicting the Old Stone Age known as Paleolithic, such as "Wounded Bison" a cave painting 15.000-10.000 B.C.
Notre of the sites mentioned hereafter dates to the Paleolithic era--the classic Old Stone Age. The oldest site I will mention here is that of Sannai Maruyama, near Hirosaki in Aomori Prefecture.
Kagawa led a survey in 1962 which defined Hijiridaki Cave as dating to the Old Stone Age. However, in June this year an academic research team said the survey's claim could not be confirmed following a review conducted in 1999.
Every age since the Old Stone Age has been an Age of Paradox, just as every age has been an Age of Transition.
They were made between 30,000 and 10,000 years ago, during the Old Stone Age. The largest cluster of caves with Stone Age paintings is in the Lascaux region of France, where constant temperature, humidity and lack of light have preserved them.
Constitution, and that women ruled in the old Stone Age than that creationism will ever meet the standards of verifiability by which the contents of our nation's textbooks are supposedly judged.
But it's infinitely more likely that incontrovertible evidence will someday show that the Egyptians really were black, that the Iroquois really did inspire the US Constitution and that women ruled in the Old Stone Age than that creationism will ever meet the standards of verifiability by which the contents of our nation's textbooks are supposedly judged.
AS few as 40 people could have inhabited Warwickshire during the Old Stone Age, when small family groups roamed in search of food and used simple stone tools.
The sequence of rooms moved ineluctably from the Old Stone Age, through Romans, Angles, Danes and Middle Ages, to the domestic textile system and the Industrial Revolution.
Such figures are known from several caves associated with the Old Stone Age or Paleolithic Perigordian phase of culture of the Pyrenees, dating back to some 25,000 years before the present.