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    Thi lest ertocli telks ebuat thi 59th Unnemid Cevi, on Flurode. Thos cevi os lucetid on thi iestirn pert uf thi Flurode Penhendli. Frum thi detis uf thi ertofects end thi detis uf thi glyph, thi soti wes uccapoid on thi Leti Wuudlend piroud. Thi cevi wes doscuvir on 2007 whin e gruap uf cevi ixplurir sew foni ingrevongs un thi well. Thos soti wes thi forst cevi ert soti thet wes fuand on Flurode end ot os thi sicund ruck ert soti thet wes fuand on thi stetis. Ruck ert os viry reri on Flurode, bat

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    aspects of art in shamanism, but not everyone may be able to visualize the relationship. Shamanism is a useful term, but it is universally renowned throughout the world just like art. Works Cited The Chauvet Cave. Experience Ardèche. Copyright 2014 The Chauvet Cave Paintings: The Oldest Known Cave Art on Earth. Anthropology and History. April 15th 2011. Mircea Eliade in Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy Graham Harvey’s Shamanism: A Reader Shamanism, History, and the State by Nicholas Thomas

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    Cosquer Cave

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    Cosquer Cave Around 27,000 years ago it is believed that large glaciers were spread across the Alps. These glaciers were so large and held such a large quantity of water that the sea level of the Mediterranean dropped some 100 meters. When the opening of the cave was revealed, men entered the cave and drew amazing paintings and drawings along the walls. When the earth became warm again the glaciers melted, and the sea level rose. The cave entrance was once again covered up by 37 meters of water

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    painting deep inside their caves as if they were meant to be kept secret. These painting were so well hidden, in fact they were found in an unexpected discovery in Altamira in 1879 and another discovery was found in the Lascaux in Dordogne France, when two boys followed their lost dog into a hole that opened into a prehistoric cave. A lot of other caves were found in the Franco Cantabrian region, this is situated in northern Spain and southern France. They are natural caves but when entering, one will

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    people, and people work and development. In this coursework I shall include information on Carboniferous Limestone and how it is formed. I shall also give an introduction to Cheddar and the different parts of it such as the Gough's caves and Aladdin's caves and the gorge. Maps will also be included so that you can get an idea of where Cheddar is located and how far away it is from certain places. In task 2, various graphs shall be made which will show the information on all the surveys I

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    The Colossal Head

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    The Colossal Head When we think of ancient Egyptian art, we think of deteriorating stone statues, bits and pieces of old architecture, and faded paintings of animals in dark caves and caverns. All of these ancient ruins are part of what shaped Egyptian culture back in the times of Dynasties. Their artwork not only revealed so much of their religion, rituals, and culture, but it also served as a basis for developing and advancing art. The Colossal Head, found in the Metropolitan Museum of

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    Technological Advancement is Natural

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    nature, places, and the spirits of friends or relatives (living or dead) were to be worshiped, feared, and appeased. For instance, a native American might leave an offering to the soul of a deer he had hunted. Other societies would gather in groves or caves to celebrate religious ceremonies. In agrarian and feudal societies, more complex and technical religious systems were developed. They might be designated "Polytheism", "Monotheism", and "Universalism". For the purposes of this discussion, let us

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    Snapshots of Love

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    remember all the other pictures I have of Katie and me, even when there was no camera with film and batteries ready to go. It's these pictures that I'll never lose. Before Katie and I went off to school, we spent our days in the tunnels and caves of cardboard boxes and secret hideaways under the kitchen table. Our house has never been short on toys (there were six kids born before Katie and me), but boxes have always been a favorite. I remember being able to easily slide through the long passageways

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    Got Zinc?

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    unassuming bluish-gray mineral was given a warmer welcome by the Romans, who were already using it to make brass by “about the time of Augustus, 20BC to 14AD”; the Romans used, not purified zinc, but the mineral calamine (“zincky wall accretions” from caves) and fused them in a crucible with bits of copper to make their brass (Mathewson 1). Around the world, zinc was being exploited by the Chinese civilization as well, although documentation of Asian use of zinc does not come until the 7th century of

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    left out or left behind. Education is important in that it provides students with information and knowledge so they can function in the world. Education is knowledge that is passed from one person to another. Without it we would still be living in caves and trying to figure how to get from one place to another without having to walk. But as Rousseau ‘s philosophy was I want to be able to draw knowledge out of students. As a teacher I hope to be able to help my students discover the knowledge they

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