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During the Terminal Pleistocene the Baltic essentially was an ice-dammed freshwater lake, but the retreat of ice in central Sweden led this lake to fall by about 28 meters and become connected to the Atlantic, thus turning brackish. C. this outlet was closed, and the new but narrow outlet that developed in the region of the Great Belt allowed the Baltic to become a freshwater lake again. C. more saltwater penetrated, since increased eustasy was accompanied by decreasing isostasy, bringing about the twenty-first-century salinity gradients of the Baltic– Lake Ladoga region.
His excavations in the gravels of the Somme region encountered stone tools in A N C I E N T E U R O P E A N D G R O W T H O F E U R O P E A N P R E H I S T O R Y deep deposits alongside the bones of mammoths and woolly rhinoceroses. In tandem with these developments in archaeology, the first solid remains of fossil humans also had been unearthed. In 1833 the Belgian PhilippeCharles Schmerling published the results of his work in caves around Liège, where he had discovered at Engis, for example, what are now believed to be Neanderthal burials.
They use the term loosely, as a pejorative for all that does not conform to some idea of what it means to be civilized. Archaeologists and historians who study early Europe know, however, that the prehistoric European societies were not all that barbaric, certainly no more so than any other prehistoric societies around the world. The accomplishments of these societies extend far beyond Stonehenge to encompass a variety of technological, social, economic, and artistic achievements. D. 1000: Encyclopedia of the Barbarian World.