Atlas of prehistory
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|Homo sapiens spreading over the World|
|Occurrence of finds of the Bell Beaker Culture|
|Map of Cardium Pottery (Lower Neolithic, 6th and 5th milenium BC)|
|Map of the European Late Neolithic (c. 3500 BCE), showing the main cultures.|
|Map of the second half European Middle Neolithic at the apogee of Danubian and Mediterranean expansion (c. 4500-4000 BCE)|
|Map in Spanish language of the theoretical «historic line» in Europe between the 3rd millennium BCE and the 1st millennium BCE|
|Map of Palaeolithic Art|
|Map in Spanish language of generic Neolithic in Europe in the 5th millennium BCE|
|The Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) in the bronze age|
|The world, 2000 BCE|
|The world, c. 1000 BCE|
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