Noun(1) the time during the development of human culture before the appearance of the written word
(1) Thus what had been an ordinary rubbish pit in prehistory has now become - for the modern prehistorian - a meaningful layout of objects.(2) After studying archaeology at Cambridge University, he became curator of prehistory at the Museum of London.(3) Childe really saw that you couldn't write European prehistory on its own and in isolation.(4) Archeological findings have placed knowledge of Iranian prehistory at middle Paleolithic times.(5) The earliest of seven main subdivisions of Andean prehistory , spanning the period 9000-1800 bc, embraces the time from the earliest human presence in the region down to the first use of ceramics.(6) the prehistory of capitalism(7) Many archaeologists vigorously deny that cannibalism has ever been normal practice in Britain or elsewhere, in prehistory or at any more recent period.(8) Many vertebrae were cleaved, suggesting animals had been divided into left and right portions, an unusual butchery practice for this period of prehistory , perhaps for feasting.(9) A given social episode or condition may be treated in the most detailed and compelling manner, but its prehistory is nearly always left out of the picture.(10) The wheel, the horse, the camel, and roads facilitated huge improvements in the speed and carrying capacity (though not the range) of overland transport when compared with the foot traffic of prehistory .(11) It provides a critical genealogy, even prehistory , of the debates leading up to the problems of intermedia in the present.(12) Thus, the information in our genomes carries with it a record of our prehistory .(13) Living on the Isle of Wight with a life-long interest in prehistory I have spent many hours field-walking and have a substantial collection of flint tools and flakes.(14) Hip-hop's prehistory offers a team of curators any number of potential entry points: African griots and other oral poetic traditions, the Beats, talking blues, Muhammad Ali trash-talk.(15) myths that stretch back into prehistory(16) Research on early medieval Italy based on written sources therefore shifted to later periods, taking the innovatory character of the Lombard era for granted and of relevance only for tracing the prehistory of later phenomena.
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