A simple fresh approach to a huge subject. With mutual respect and an edge of weirdness, barriers of time and language are suspended as cultural traditions and lifestyles from either side of "civilization" are explored in a prehistoric setting.
Presenting prehistory requires an approach to education that goes beyond dates and multiple choice questions. Many aspects are as abstract as a Neolithic artifact.
The OTS Foundation for Neolithic Studies is applying 30 years of working with educators, archaeologists, anthropologists, art historians, architects, engineers and more to create this series that fills a gap in our understanding of human development. The format is quick, creative and entertaining. An introductory overview is augmented by short illustrated stories and longer live-action interviews that present concepts that, in the absence of documentation, can only be presented this way.
STONE AGE MAGAZINE is not a webinar, but an interactive multi-media learning adventure.
An ancient legend about the world's first freestanding monument.