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" It is very certain that, at least in Switzerland, there was no hard line of demarcation between the three periods, but that the new materials were spread abroad like any other article of trade, and that the more useful tools gradually superseded those... "
The lake dwellings of Switzerland and other parts of Europe, tr. and ... - Seite 15
von Ferdinand Keller - 1866
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Bände 47-55

American Antiquarian Society - 1867
...of pre-historic antiquity into three ages is very convenient, and in a general sense correct, it is certain that, at least in Switzerland, there was no...hard line of demarcation between the three periods; that the passage from one to the other was gradual, the consequence of progressive improvement of the...
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Geological Magazine, Band 3

Henry Woodward - 1866
...the three periods. Thus the stone celt is an unsafe guide in determining the period of civilization, though it strictly represents the stone period, because...iron weapons and instruments. " It is very certain tliat, at least in Switzerland, there was no hard line of demarcation between the three periods, but...
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Geological Magazine, Band 3

Henry Woodward - 1866
...the three periods. Thus the stone celt is an unsafe guide in determining the period of civilization, though it strictly represents the stone period, because...useful tools gradually superseded those of less value." Dr. Keller admits, however, the convenience of using these divisions, when rightly understood, but...
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Catholic World, Band 4

1867
...introduced higher civilization. " It is very certain that, at least in Switzerland," says Dr. Keller, '• there was no hard line of demarcation between the...useful tools gradually superseded those of less value." We have here, therefore, continuity and progress; and it may be reasonably inferred, that the advance...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Band 7

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1870
...enable •us conclusively to attribute them to any one of the three periods. It seems very certain that there was no hard line of demarcation between the...useful tools gradually superseded those of less value.* We should hardly, writes Sir John Lubbock.t have hoped to ascertain much of the manner in which the...
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Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Band 7

1870
...enable us conclusively to attribute them to any one of the three periods. It seems very certain that there was no hard line of demarcation between the...useful tools gradually superseded those of less value.* We should hardly, writes Sir John Lubbock.f have hoped to ascertain much of the manner in which the...
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Text.- 2. Plates, with explanations

Ferdinand Keller - 1878
...stages of the bronze age, and is not unfrequently found associated with iron weapons and instruments.i It is very certain that, at least in Switzerland,...materials were spread abroad like any other article of i Kirchner has eiven mnny cases of this kind, 'TlmrV Ponnurkcil.1 p. 2,",. trade, and that the more...
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Quarterly Journal of Science, and Annals of Mining, Metallurgy ..., Band 7

1870
...enable us conclusively to attribute them to any one of the three periods. It seems very certain that there was no hard line of demarcation between the...useful tools gradually superseded those of less value.* We should hardly, writes Sir John Lubbock,t have hoped to ascertain much of the manner in which the...
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The Unitarian Review, Band 10

Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie, Joseph Henry Allen - 1878
...inhabiting these dwellings were "not savages, nor barbarians in the usual acceptation of those words." "It is very certain that, at least in Switzerland,...hard line of demarcation between the three periods [stoue, bronze, and iron ages]. The materials on which this division is based are mixed to such a degree...
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