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By Sir Edward Burnett Tylor

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Sus males espanta. suos malos expaz'(fre). sings frightens away his ills. va Tor caile de despues se la ca^a de nunca. la a per illam callem de de-ex-post se vadit ad illam casam de nimquam. e. By the street of by and by one goes to the house of never. P'rench. Un tiens unum tew uc. One vaut mieux que 1' deux tu auras. quod duos tu ilium halicre-habes. worth more than two thou-shalt-have-its. valet melius lake-it is Parler de la corde dans maison la d' un pendu. parabola de illam chordam deintus illam mansionem de unum pend{o).

Tlakes as beech, the the oak, and the the depth of the peat-mosses, which in places and pine, Fig. forest-periods, still Thus there have been three : c. npcr taken oil ; ; d. iit ; b. flint a. Ft ne celt or hatchet flake kn ves /. ch . e, flint saw i, . stone haiumcr-h-ad. as thirty feet, shows that the period of the pine was thousands of years ago. While the forests have much trees been changing, the condition of the people living among them has changed also. The modern woodman cuts down the beech trees with his iron axe, but among tlie oak trunks in the peat are found bronze swords and shield-bosses, which show that the inhabitants of the country were then in the bronze age, and it lay that lastly, a flint hatchet taken out from where lower in the peat beneath the pine trvmks, proves stone age men in Denmark lived in the pine forest still ANTHRCPOLCGY.

Cut them down and rig ; on consideration it is seen to be reasonable enough. It was so difficult to get Eastern sailors to work ships of European rig, that it answered better to provide them with the clumsier craft they were used to and as for the guns, the ; hunters far away in the hot, with gunflints than stock of caps. if damp forests were better off they had to carry and keep dry a In both cases, what they wanted was not the highest product of civilization, but something suited to the situation and easiest to be had.

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