Обзор аномальных свидетельств о существовании человека в глубокой древности

 

Находки, упомянутые в этой книге, расположены в соответствии с их возрастом, опубликованные сведения о котором авторы считают наиболее достоверными либо заслуживающими внимания. Ниже приводятся значения терминов, использованных в данной таблице:

эолиты – осколки камня естественного происхождения с намеренно заостренным либо сточенным от долгого употребления краем или краями;

палеолиты – камни, обработанные таким образом, что можно их признать орудиями труда;

неолиты – наиболее совершенные каменные орудия труда и приспособления;

человеческий – классифицированный по меньшей мере несколькими исследователями как соответствующий анатомии современного человека;

надрезанные, разрубленные, гравированные или заостренные кости – кости животных, обработанные с определенной целью.


 

 

ЧАСТЬ I. Обзор аномальных свидетельств о существовании человека в глубокой древности (Общая часть)

Перечисленные ниже находки, датируемые плейстоценом, могут считаться аномальными лишь для Северной и Юж­ной Америки. По мнению подавляющего большинства ученых, первые люди появились в Северной Америке не ранее 12 000 (0, 012 миллиона) лет назад. Знак вопроса указывает на то, что последующее применение радиоактивно-углеродистого мето­да позволило уточнить их возраст, оказавшийся менее 10 000 лет.

 

 

ЧАСТЬ II. Обзор аномальных свидетельств о существовании человека в глубокой древности (Только по Северной и Южной Америке)

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