By Sir Edward Burnett Tylor
Anthropology: an creation to the examine of guy and civilization. 512 Pages
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It was so difficult to get Eastern sailors to work ships of European rig, that it answered better to provide them with the clumsier craft they were used to and as for the guns, the ; hunters far away in the hot, with gunflints than stock of caps. if damp forests were better off they had to carry and keep dry a In both cases, what they wanted was not the highest product of civilization, but something suited to the situation and easiest to be had. applies both to taking in When new Now civilization the same rule and keeping up by emigration into home, or mixture a new with a lower race, the culture of their forefathers may be no longer needed or possible, and so dwindles away.
Much As we like that as to the origin of say, these Dutch and English are beings so nearly alike that they must have descended from a common stock, so we say, these languages are so like that they must have been derived from a common language. Dutch and English are accordingly said to be closely related to one another, and the language of Friesland Thence proves on examination to be another near relative. it is which Low-Dutch, or Low-German, inferred that a parent language or group of dialects, may be called the original must once have been spoken, though it is not actually : ANTHROPOLOGY.
I] 31 the Eastern Ghats a terrace of irony clay or laterite, containing stone implements of very similar make to those of the drift-men in Europe. mammoth-period resorted clifls, and to caverns such as Kent's Hole near Torquay, where the implements of the men and the bones of the beasts are These European savages of the to shelter at the foot of overhanging much found together in abundance. In Central France especially, the examination of such bone-caves has brought to light evidence of the whole way of life of a group of ancient Fig.
Anthropology: an introduction to the study of man and civilization by Sir Edward Burnett Tylor