Reconstruction of a mammoth-bone house from Ukraine, 16,000-10,000 BC 30 bone hut sites out of Mammoth bone made by prehistoric humans during the Paleolithic period has been found (as deep as 22.5 m deep) in Czech Republic, Poland and Ukraine in Europe. The huts and houses were Circular or oval huts and as much as 15 to 20 feet in diameter.
The so-called Man of Altamura, whole and intact skeleton of an adult male of Homo neanderthalensis found embedded in limestone concretions of a cave in the countryside in Altamura, Italy. Perhaps the man, who lived in a period between 50,000 and 65,000 years ago, accidentally fell through a sinkhole in the karst cave and died of his wounds or broken bones.
McDermott - Self-Representation in Upper Paleolithic Female Figurines Table of Contents The First Human Images The earliest prehistoric representations, the so-called Venus figurines, constitute a recognizable stylistic class and are among the most widely known of all Paleolithic objects
New discoveries of polished bone tools at two prehistoric sites in France suggest that Neandertals independently invented these finely made implements, without a helping hand from Homo sapiens. The finds may represent the best sign yet that Neandertals were no boneheads when it came to technological innovation.