In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- On the contrary, for people living as hunter-gatherers, it was a common practice, albeit disguised by various religious or cultural justifications.
- Most ethnic groups have a history in which they passed from being hunter-gatherers to farmers.
- Far from being wandering hunter-gatherers, some Aborigines lived in villages, traded and farmed.
- Sometime during the last ice age nomadic tribes of hunter-gatherers from Asia first crossed the Bering Strait and entered the Western Hemisphere.
- There were serious revolts during the course of the seventeenth-century, and raiding by the nomadic hunter-gatherers from the eastern parts of the region.
- The Neanderthal people were roaming hunter-gatherers rather than village-dwellers.
- The Aborigines were nomadic hunter-gatherers who did not have a concept of possessing territory or of deterring trespassers from it.
- Among the exhibits are flint tools made by Mesolithic hunter-gatherers.
- The people of the period were nomadic hunter-gatherers which means that they have left little trace for the modern archaeologist.
- Over the centuries, they consolidated their power by trading portions of their harvests to the hunter-gatherers for land, as well as through inter-marriage.
- When the first Aborigines arrived in Australia, at least 60,000 years ago, primitive humans all lived as hunter-gatherers; the beginnings of agriculture in the northern hemisphere were not yet apparent.
- Blades and tools were made in very similar ways at both sites, and the two sites may have been used by the same group of mobile hunter-gatherers.
- Few traces exist of the settlements of the earliest Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers in Southern France.
- His primarily interest is in the Penan people, who live as hunter-gatherers in the forests.
- These people were the descendants of the ancient hunter-gatherers of Europe.
- The two books reviewed here examine Spanish-native interactions and efforts to establish missions among groups of largely nomadic hunter-gatherers.
- This is how hunter-gatherers have lived for millennia.
- Why did people, after thousands of years as hunter-gatherers, settle down and start farming?
- To get an answer, one has to start with the beginning, the tens of thousands of years humans spent as nomadic hunter-gatherers.
- It enabled them both to subdue the most resilient of the remaining classical empires (China, Japan, Ottoman), and to take over all the remaining areas occupied by barbarians and hunter-gatherers.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.