The Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man: With Remarks on Theories of the Origin of Species by Variation
John Murray, 1863 - 518페이지
Comparison of Engis, Australian and Neanderthal skulls Brief remarks on types of stone implements from Australia.
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alluded alluvium ancient animals antiquity appear beds belong blocks bones British called causes cave caverns century chalk changes chapter character clay consist containing continuous course covered deposits depth described direction drift elephant entire erratics Europe evidence example existence extent extinct fact fauna feet flint formation fossil geological given glacial glaciers gravel greater height higher human hundred implements islands known lakes land late less lignite living loam loess lower mammalia marine marked miles natural nearly observed occur once organic origin peat period plants position post-pliocene present probably Professor progress race recent referred region remains rhinoceros rise river rocks sand seen shells side skull Somme species stone strata successive supposed surface theory thick upper valley varieties whole