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Jill Pruetz

Chimpanzee researcher Jill Pruetz holding spear made by chimp, Fongoli, Senegal

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“In the Adelaide ‘Su-Lin’ Young, the pampered and glamorous daughter of a New York nightclub owner, morphed into one of the first female explorers to venture into the [Tibetan-Himalayan region]….

Howard Carter Lord Carnarvon at entrance to Tutankhamun's tomb #193 poster ebay

Howard Carter Lord Carnarvon at entrance to Tutankhamun's tomb #193

Howard Carter Lord Carnarvon at entrance to Tutankhamun's tomb

Researcher Jill Pruetz holding spear used by chimpanzee, Fongoli, Senegal, Model release

Researcher Jill Pruetz holding spear used by chimpanzee, Fongoli, Senegal, Model release

Researcher Jill Pruetz and field assistant Jonny Kante observing chimpanzees, Fongoli, Senegal

Researcher Jill Pruetz and field assistant Jonny Kante observing chimpanzees, Fongoli, Senegal

Reginald Berkeley Cole (1882-1925), close friend of Finch Hatton, a brother-in-law of The 3rd Baron Delamere, a founder of the Muthaiga Club, the legendary private Nairobi enclave of the colony’s hedonists.

Reginald Berkeley Cole close friend of Finch Hatton, a brother-in-law of The Baron Delamere, a founder of the Muthaiga Club, the legendary private Nairobi enclave of the colony’s hedonists located in the British Imperial possession of Rhodesia.

Early Man? “When I was a student at Cambridge I remember a professor holding up a picture of a bone with 28 incisions carved in it. 'This is often considered to be man’s first attempt at a calendar,' she explained. ‘My question to you is this – what man needs to mark 28 days? I would suggest to you that this is woman's first attempt at a calendar.’ It was a moment that changed my life. In that second I stopped to question almost everything I had been taught about the past.” - Sandi Toksvig

“When I was a student at Cambridge I remember a professor holding up…

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