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[aw-ree-nyak] /ɔ riˈnyak/
a village in S France: many prehistoric artifacts found in area. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • The new-comers owning descent from an Orang-utan-like forerunner are represented by the Aurignac skeleton and its congeners.

    Prehistoric Man W. L. H. Duckworth
  • The Aurignac and Brx skulls are distinctly longer and narrower than that of Brnn .

    Prehistoric Man W. L. H. Duckworth
  • Eighteen years after this event, that is in 1860, M. douard Lartet paid a visit to Aurignac.

    Primitive Man Louis Figuier
  • The mayor of Aurignac ordered all the bones to be taken out and re-interred in the parish cemetery.

    Men of the Old Stone Age Henry Fairfield Osborn
  • Doctor Amiel, Mayor of Aurignac, caused all these bones to be collected together, and they were buried in the parish cemetery.

    Primitive Man Louis Figuier
  • We seem here to be in the presence of the survival of a custom which dates from the times of Aurignac.

  • By some authors it is regarded as clearly associated with the other examples just mentioned (Brx, Brnn, and Aurignac).

    Prehistoric Man W. L. H. Duckworth
  • An argument, however, having an opposite leaning may perhaps be founded on the phenomena of Aurignac.

  • First—Because of the modern style of the works of art at Aurignac.

  • The Aurignac cave, also in France, was no doubt a family or tribal burial place.

    Geology William J. Miller

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