Jill Cook, curator of European prehistory at the British Museum, to talk at ice age lecture in Woodford Green

Woodford County High School will host the West Essex Archaeological Group lecture

Woodford County High School will host the West Essex Archaeological Group lecture

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An archaeological group is holding a lecture on ice age art, led by a British Museum curator and expert on human archaeology and evolution. 

The West Essex Archaeological Group is hosting an event led by Jill Cook, curator of European prehistory at the British Museum, on May 12 at Woodford County High School, High Road, Woodford Green.

Ice Age Art: the Shock of the Old will look at 40,000 to 10,000-year-old art and the evolution of humans in this period as they migrated to Europe.

The free event starts at 7.45pm.

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12:42pm Fri 25 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

'Evolution of humans in this period as they migrated to Europe'


And they seem to have all ended up now in the UK.
'Evolution of humans in this period as they migrated to Europe' And they seem to have all ended up now in the UK. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 1

10:22pm Fri 25 Apr 14

stickmanny says...

Yes, so try not to hate yourself for being a European descendent.
Yes, so try not to hate yourself for being a European descendent. stickmanny
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11:30pm Fri 25 Apr 14

Villagecranberry says...

stickmanny wrote:
Yes, so try not to hate yourself for being a European descendent.
Sickmanny, I told you before I am not from this world, I am from a different planet.
[quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: Yes, so try not to hate yourself for being a European descendent.[/p][/quote]Sickmanny, I told you before I am not from this world, I am from a different planet. Villagecranberry
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12:18pm Tue 29 Apr 14

T. Watts says...

Man's evolution continued steadily - but sadly went into reverse in the shape of the UKIP supporter and Daily Mail reader.

Homo Bigotus and Homo Ignoramus.
Man's evolution continued steadily - but sadly went into reverse in the shape of the UKIP supporter and Daily Mail reader. Homo Bigotus and Homo Ignoramus. T. Watts
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