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            新概念英語聽力mp3下載第三冊lesson 38

            Source: 恒星英語學習網  Onion  2007-03-21  我要投稿   論壇   Favorite  
             Future historians will be in a unique
            position when they come to record the
            history of our own times. They will
            hardly know which facts to select from
            the great mass of evidence that steadily
            accumulates. What is more they will not
            have to rely solely on the written word.
            Films, gramophone records,and magnetic
            tapes will provide them with a bewilder-
            ing amount of inf.mp3ation. They will be
            able, as it were, to see and hear us in
            action. But the historian attempting to
            reconstruct the distant past is always
            faced with a difficult task. He has to
            deduce what he can from the few scanty
            clues available. Even seemingly insignifi-
            cant remains can shed interesting light on the history of early man.
            Up to now, historians have assumed that calendars came into being with the
            advent of agriculture, for then man was faced with a real need to understand
            something about the seasons. Recent scientific evidence seems to indicate that
            this assumption is incorrect.
            Historians have long been puzzled by dots, lines and symbols which have
            been engraved on walls,bones,and the ivory tusk of mammoths. The nomads
            who made these markings lived by hunting and fishing during the last Ice Age,
            which began about 35,000 B.C. and ended about 10,000 B.C. By correlating
            markings made in various parts of the world, historians have been able to read
            this difficult code. They have found that it is connected with the passage of
            days and the phases of the moon. It is, in fact, a,primitive type of calendar. It
            has long been known that the hunting scenes depicted on walls were not simply
            a f.mp3 of artistic expression. They had a definite meaning, for they were as near
            as early man could get to writing. It is possible that there is a definite relation
            between these paintings and the markings that sometimes accompany them. It
            seems that man was making a real effort to understand the seasons 20,000 years
            earlier than has been supposed.


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