ЧАСТЬ II - Неизвестная история человечества

ЧАСТЬ II

Обзор аномальных свидетельств о существовании человека в глубокой древности

(Только по Северной и Южной Америке)

Период или возраст (млн. лет)

Место обнаружения

Категория

Источник

Средний плейстоцен










0,3—0,75

пустыня Ансо-

надрезанные кости

Грэхэм,1988




Боррего,










штат Калифорния







0,28—0,35

Эль-Орни,

палеолиты

Стин-Макинтайр,




Мексика




19Я1

0,2—0.5

Кали ко,

долиты

Симпсон, 1986




штат Калифорния







0,2—0,3

Тока -да -Эсперанса,

эолиты

де Люмлэ и др., 198




Бразилия







0,12—0,19

река БлаксФорк,

палеолиты

Рено,1940




штат Вайоминг







Верхний плейстоцен










0,08—0,09

Тексас-Стрит,

аолиты

Картер,1957




Сан-Диего,










штат Калифорния







0,08

река Олд Кроу,

надрезанные кости

Морлан,1986




Канада







0.07

Тимлин.

палеолиты

Ремиш, 1977




штат Нью-Йорк







0,06—0,12

Шегайанда, Канада

палеолиты

Т. Ли, 1972

>0,05

округ Уайтсайд,

медное кольцо

В.Дюбуа, 1В72




штат Иллинойс







>0,04

остров Санта-Барбара,

кострище, эолиты,

^ Science News, 1977




штат Калифорния

кости










млекопитающих




0,04

Луис-вилл,

палеолит

Александер,1978




штат Техас







0,03

Эль-Седраль,

следы кострищ, кости

Лоренсо, 1986




Мексика

млекопитающих




0,03

Бокейрау-ду-Ситиу-

следы кострищ,

Гуидон и Делибриа.




да-Педра-Фурада,

эолиты, наскальные

1986




Бразилия

рисунки






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