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How Climate Change Kills Societies

Researcher traces the historical effects of long-term shifts By Becky Ham Science WASHINGTON, April 26, 2001 – Timing couldn’t have been worse for the group of colonists who came ashore on Roanoke

Reconstructing Prehistoric Civilizations

In a New Theory of Civilizations Stephen Blaha∗ Associate Harvard Physics Dept.

Ancient Civilizations

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Cave Paintings

(40,000 – 10,000 BC) Keep in mind that this article is “Cave Paintings” from the history of western art point of view. It is important to keep in mind that this website

The Dawn of Prehistoric Rock Art ©1998 by James Q. Jacobs

The most ancient evidence of the production of art predates the generally accepted earliest dates for the appearance of modern humans. Cup marks and a meandering line were etched into a sandstone

What is Visual Art

What Is Theatre? What we call theatre can take many forms — everything from a Shakespearean drama staged before an audience of thousands to a group improvisation in an elementary school classroom.

Art History: A Preliminary Handbook

by Dr. Robert J. Belton The Elements of Art As complex as works of art typically are, there are really only three general categories of statements one can make about them. A