Nocoes do-metodo-bobath reflexos primitivos by IAPES - Instituto Amazonense de Aprimoramento e Ensino em Saúde via slideshare

Nocoes do-metodo-bobath reflexos primitivos by IAPES - Instituto Amazonense de Aprimoramento e Ensino em Saúde via slideshare

Saúde da Criança - Reflexos Primitivos - YouTube

Saúde da Criança - Reflexos Primitivos - YouTube

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A flint blade, dating back 1.4 million years, has been found in a cave at Atapuerca in Spain. The finding contradicts the theory of some researchers who believe Europe was populated in small waves without continuity by groups doomed to extinction because of their inability to adapt to new surroundings, they said in their statement. “Even though they are very archaic tools, they reflect complex activities such as recovering animals that fell into the caves,” which functioned as traps."

A flint blade, dating back 1.4 million years, has been found in a cave at Atapuerca in Spain. The finding contradicts the theory of some researchers who believe Europe was populated in small waves without continuity by groups doomed to extinction because of their inability to adapt to new surroundings, they said in their statement. “Even though they are very archaic tools, they reflect complex activities such as recovering animals that fell into the caves,” which functioned as traps."

Quentin Metsys : The Moneylender and his Wife.    Quentin Metsys the Younger (rarely Quinten or Massys) (c.1543–1589) was a Flemish Renaissance painter, one of several of his countrymen active as artists of the Tudor court in the reign of Elizabeth I of England. He was the son of Flemish painter Jan Massys, Matsys, or Metsys and the grandson and namesake of Quentin Massys or Metsys

Quentin Metsys : The Moneylender and his Wife. Quentin Metsys the Younger (rarely Quinten or Massys) (c.1543–1589) was a Flemish Renaissance painter, one of several of his countrymen active as artists of the Tudor court in the reign of Elizabeth I of England. He was the son of Flemish painter Jan Massys, Matsys, or Metsys and the grandson and namesake of Quentin Massys or Metsys

Stone tools from Jordan point to dawn of division of labour. Two stone tool points were made using a prismatic blade technique (left and center), and a bone point or needle (right) [Credit: Aaron Stutz/Emory University]

Stone tools from Jordan point to dawn of division of labour. Two stone tool points were made using a prismatic blade technique (left and center), and a bone point or needle (right) [Credit: Aaron Stutz/Emory University]

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