Isotopes used dating archaeological finds
Galen will establish the concept of humors (phlegm, blood, black bile and yellow bile) that determine both health and personality.
Belief in these four humors will dominate medicine and biology for many centuries. 180-Pausanias records a description of the skeleton of the hero Ajax.
Those artifacts are clues that archaeologists use to “fill in the puzzle” about how the people in particular places lived their day to day lives.
Archaeologists don't have as much excitement and danger in their lives as portrayed in the Indiana Jones movies, but it still can be pretty exciting when they do piece together a puzzle and discover something new!
(It is probably a fossil mastodon or rhinoceros.) c.
First, archaeologists know that people need certain things to help them stay alive.
This discovery shocked the entire scientific community back in 1972 - but hold on - we'll get back to this later.
It is important that we can establish through available evidence some seen on other pages here-- that: the Bible does in fact mention dinosaurs, that man and dinosaurs co-existed as the Bible would indicate; that DNA is proof of a creator, that the worldwide flood of Noah did happen, and that the world was created in one week as the Word says.
610-425 BC-Philosophers Thales, Anaximander, Pythagoras, Xenophanes and Herodotus propose that marine fossils found inland lived in the sea, and that the now dry land was once underwater. (The myth is probably inspired by remains.) 58 BC-Marcus Aemilius Scaurus displays the skeleton of the "monster of Joppa," said to have a 40-foot backbone and ribs taller than elephants.
13,000 BC-A sagacious rock-shelter resident at Arcy-sur-Cure, France, drills holes through a trilobite in order to wear it as an amulet.
"The LORD saw how great man's wickedness on the earth had become, and that every inclination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil all the time.