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Archaeology is the study of the remains of past human life and activities. Archaeologists have made many discoveries that confirm what the Bible says.
Are Neanderthals ape-men? What do you think?
Archaeologists have made many discoveries that confirm what the Bible says.
When looking at human artifacts, keep in mind that these “ages” are based on many assumptions.
Almost from the beginning, men were working with metals, making tools of iron.
Some museum dioramas may feature stooped, brutish, unkempt humans living in caves—primitive, subhuman cavemen.
Evidence of early stone artifacts in Central Asia has once again upset the human evolution cart.
Archaeologists have found evidence that Neanderthals used cosmetics.
Divers exploring a labyrinth of underwater caves on the Yucatan Peninsula have recently discovered a human skull and some mastodon bones hidden deep beneath the water.
In 2004, the fossil remains of small humans were found in the Liang Bua cave on the island of Flores, located in Indonesia.
What do you picture in your mind when you hear the words “cave men?”
Neanderthals are usually portrayed in cartoons, movies, and documentaries as sub-humans who could only grunt and point.