To these palaeolithic implements, others of the Neolithic types succeeded in Europe.
It is doubtful whether palaeolithic man has left any descendants.
In fact, the alphabet is a collection of signs of palaeolithic antiquity and of vast diffusion.
It has retained for ages the culture of the middle palaeolithic.
Thus far, then, we are not entitled to speak of a North American palaeolithic and neolithic period.
The palaeolithic cave-dwellers of Europe were buried in their caves.
Both are most interesting; the first named has an important collection of palaeolithic and Neolithic remains.
Koldewey curiously speaks of the saw–blades as 'palaeolithic.'
On reaching the palaeolithic period we come to firmer ground and to evidence that is more certain and generally accepted.
So palaeolithic man may have ridden his simple bicycle of chipped flint in pursuit of his exogamous affinity.