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Apart from being considered the oldest musical instrument in the world, this flutes greatest significance lies in its association with The Neanderthal race could have composed music, sung to it and possibly danced to it no differently than humans today.The ability to create music on a multiple note instrument reveals evidence of imagination and abstract thought.lack the predominant chin of humans and a last set of molars.They had well muscled chests, long bodies, with shorter legs.When more finds came to light with what also appeared to be rickets, it was considered far too much of a coincidence and for lack of any other explanation they became relegated to a sub-human category.The French palaeontologist Marcellin Boule, concluded walked stooped forward which fitted in with the then new current thinking of Darwins evolutionary theory of the origin of man (these new assumptions were made post Darwinism 1859).In a cave in Iraq, archaeologists uncovered skeletons of a man, two women and an infant buried together in soil containing pollen of flowers.The flowers, being set there by survivors, strongly suggests that .
Neanderthals made these different types of implements, for both "military" and domestic use, it provides evidence of their ability to plan, think and scheme. Fossil remains indicate Neanderthal voice boxes containing the vocal cords were capable of making the same sounds as modern humans.
In succeeding years many further specimens have been found, not only in the German Neander Valley, but in with rickets, caused by a deficiency of vitamin D.
He considered that the flattened head was caused by repeated powerful blows (his examination was done pre Darwinism 1859).
Some say he could walk the streets today in a suit collar and tie and be unrecognized, well maybe in New York, but about as unrecognizable as the incredible hulk without his green paint, would be a fairer reflection.
Yet today study books continue to be full of illustrations of Neanderthals as subhuman ape-men.