Jerusalem (Jan. 10)
Delving into caves, which were the homes of men who lived 200,000 years ago, members of an expedition sent to Mt. Carmel by the British School of Archeology in Jerusalem and the American School of Prehistoric Research have made remarkable discoveries concerning prehistoric man.
The rich finds made in the caverns of Mt. Carmel are termed a new chapter in the evolution of man. Of these discoveries the most important are:
1. The most perfect skeleton of a Neanderthal man ever found.
2. Six skeletons, each possessing a perfect set of gleaming, white teeth.
3. A cave which has been inhabited almost continuously for over 50,000 years.
Primitive flints and pottery of the Bronze Age and the Age of Solomon and David, divided in terms of time by scores of thousands of years, were also found by the scientists.