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Roland Emmerich Mark Gordon Michael Wimer. Harald Kloser Thomas Wander. Ueli Steiger. The mammoths didn't look at hokey, but they moved very woodenly, computer-like.
This was mainly the reason I watched. I knew it might be stupid but I thought it might at least be fun with eye-popping effects. No, nothing was eye-popping here.
It was just dumb Actually, that was the worst part of this film. The screenplay was embarrassingly bad. If you want details on the holes in this story and all the things that were impossible but shown here, check out the other reviews.
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Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. This was a temporary reversal of climatic warming to glacial conditions in the Northern Hemisphere and coincided with the end of the Upper Palaeolithic.
The Younger Dryas ceased c. In the geologic time scale , there are three tentatively four stratigraphic stages of the Holocene beginning c.
The starting point for the Greenlandian is the Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point GSSP sample from the North Greenland Ice Core Project , which has been correlated with the Younger Dryas.
All three stages were officially ratified by the International Commission on Stratigraphy in July In the Holocene's first millennium, the Palaeolithic began to be superseded by the Neolithic New Stone Age which lasted about 6, years, depending on location.
The gradual transition period is sometimes termed Mesolithic northern and western Europe or Epipalaeolithic Levant and Near East.
The glaciers retreated as the world climate became warmer and that inspired an agricultural revolution ,  though at first, the dog was probably the only domesticated animal.
This was accompanied by a social revolution in that humans gained from agriculture the impetus to settle. The settlement is the key precursor to civilisation, which cannot be achieved by a nomadic lifestyle.
The world population , c. It has been estimated that there were some five million people at the time of the Last Glacial Maximum , growing to forty million by BC and million by BC which is an average growth rate of 0.
Agriculture developed in different parts of the world at different times. In many places, people learned how to cultivate without outside help; elsewhere, as in western Europe, the skills were imported.
The Natufian culture prevailed in the Levant through the 10th millennium and was unusual in that it supported a sedentary or semi-sedentary population even before the introduction of agriculture.
An early example is 'Ain Mallaha , which may have been the first village in which people were wholly sedentary. Agriculture began to be developed by the various communities of the Fertile Crescent , which included the Levant, but it would not be widely practised for another 2, years by which time Neolithic culture was becoming well established in many parts of the Near East.
Prehistoric chronology is almost entirely reliant upon the dating of material objects of which pottery is by far the most widespread and the most resistant to decay.
All locations and generations developed their own shapes, sizes and styles of pottery, including methods and styles of decoration, but there was consistency among stratified deposits and even shards can be classified by time and place.
The first chronological pottery system was the Early, Middle and Late Minoan framework devised in the early 20th century by Sir Arthur Evans for his findings at Knossos.
This covered the Bronze Age in twelve phases from c. Kenyon discovered vessels such as bowls, cups, and plates at Jericho which were made from stone.
She reasonably surmised that others made from wood or vegetable fibres would have long since decayed. Homo Sapiens settles in Europe, Asia and Oceania about 40, BC.
Migrations of Homo Sapiens to Americas across Bering Straits about 20, BC. The Ice Age ends about 10, BC. Transition from hunter-gatherer society to agriculture.
The first cities emerge in Mesopotamia. First irrigation systems ca. Rise of the Sumerian Civilization and development of cuneiform writing ca.
Unification of Upper and Lower Egypt by Menes, the founder of the first Egyptian Dynasty ca. Invention of the Egyptian hieroglyphs ca.
Legendary king of Uruk, Gilgamesh builds the famous wall of Uruk ca. Emergence of Minoan Civilization on the island of Crete ca. Construction of the Pyramid of Djoser ca.
Erection of Stonehenge about 2, BC.