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Canadian Museum of History – Spring 2019

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By (author): Janet Young
9780660252568 Paperback, Trade English HISTORY / Ancient / General Jun 01, 2019
$9.95 CAD
Forthcoming 5.9 x 6 x 0.4 in | 220 gr 120 pages Canadian Museum of History

In this encounter with the Neanderthals, you will rediscover a species that is closer to us than previously thought. Long considered primitive, the Neanderthals are now considered to be full-fledged humans.

Drawing upon the most recent scientific discoveries, this souvenir catalogue takes a new look at this species of the genus Homo. It features exceptional fossils rarely shown to the public from Europe's most prominent research institutions, including the Musée de l'Homme in Paris.

The Neanderthals were great hunters, worked stone, mastered the use of fire and buried their dead. They lived throughout Eurasia for 350,000 years before mysteriously disappearing 30,000 years ago.

Dr. Janet Young specializes in the study of human skeletal remains and is the Curator of Physical Anthropology at the Canadian Museum of History.

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