At ground level: comically huge, flat-leafed plants that look like they come from a prehistoric diorama.
In the 1960s, workmen on a hill, prophetically called Terra Amata (Beloved Earth), discovered the remains of a prehistoric camp.
If our fathers tried to pass these prehistoric skills down to us, we were too busy playing Game Boy to listen.
The massive inflatable structure is filled with multi-colored light and takes a prehistoric yet futuristic shape.
Wicca is an ancient belief system that originated in prehistoric times.
prehistoric traffic between Britain and Italy may not be an entirely new idea, but the bucket opens a new chapter.
prehistoric man, as I just told you, was on a fair way to progress.
There it was, a mere nubbin of crust and so hard it might almost have been taken for a petrified specimen of prehistoric bread.
He also gave me an admirable chameleon, a prehistoric, fabulous sort of animal.
Matriarchate is assumed on this theory to have been universal in prehistoric times.