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Soft synthetic lining ensures an abrasion-free environment for all-day wear.
Generously cushioned footbed massages the foot with each and every step. Flexible synthetic outsole delivers long-lasting durability on a variety of surfaces. Imported. Measurements: Heel Height: 1 1⁄2 in Weight: 6 oz Product measurements were taken using size 39 (US Women's 8), width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Timeline Outline ViewEra: 2,800,000 BCE - 8,000 BCE   |   Theme: All Themes
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Circa 2,800,000 BCE
The Earliest Known Remains of the Genus Homo
Circa 2,500,000 BCE – 500,000 BCE
The First Industrial Complex
Circa 2,400,000 BCE – 1,400,000 BCE
"Jonny's Child": Homo habilis
Circa 1,950,000 BCE – 1,780,000 BCE
A New Hominid Species is Discovered with the Help of Satellite Imagery
Circa 1,800,000 BCE
The Oldest Hominin Fossils Found Outside of Africa
Circa 1,800,000 BCE – 141,000 BCE
Pithecanthropus erectus, the First Known Specimen of Homo erectus
Circa 1,800,000 BCE
The Earliest Completely Preserved Adult Hominid Skull
SoftWalk Women s Norwich Ballet Flat Black Snake , TOMS Women s Classics University Navy Bernie Mev Womens Crown Slip-On Bronze Geox Women s Lamulay 9 Ballet Flat Light Taupe , Me Too Women s Martina Flat Alpaca Kid Suede , Dr. Martens Women s 8065 Mary Jane Cherry Red Emma Abigail Ankle Strap Ballet Flat Slip On Shoes Blush Velvet QZUnique Women s PU Leather Pointy Toe Flower Ballet Flats Casual Work Shoes Black OTBT Women s Salem Mary Jane Flat New Blue , Trotters Women s Americana Flat Black Croc , Haflinger Women s Atb Slip-On Loafer Grey Speckle TOMS Women s Classics Ash Canvas , LifeStride Women s Relay 2 Ballet Flat Taupe TOMS Women s Classic Linen Rope-Sole Comfortable and Easy-Fit Slip-On Natural Canvas SCHUTZ Women s Kirsten Mule Poppy Rose , Outlandish Shoes Women s Poppy Ballet Flat Gold , Aravon Women s WEF07BK Brown Nubuck Brinley Co Womens Faux Leather Almond Toe Strappy Flats Taupe UNIONBAY Women s Tina Ballet Flat Dove Grey , Harborsides Aly Women Comfort Flats - Memory Foam Insole, Flex A Lite Outsole Rose Gold SoftWalk Women s High Point Mary Jane Flat Dark Red , Vince Camuto Women s Braneeda Ballet Flat Black , Soft Style by Hush Puppies Women s Pleats Be With You Dress Pump Silver Cloud Kid , Jambu Women s Sparrow-Vegan (Water Ready) Flat Denim/Navy TOMS Women s Seasonal Classics Flat Pink Canvas Chevron Naturalizer Women s Macie Platform Pump Bordo Suede Ollio Women s Shoe Light Comfort Faux Suede Gold Band Ballet Flats Red Propet Women s TravelActiv Mary Jane Fashion Sneaker Black Ivanka Trump Women s Tropica Ballet Flat Dark Red Patent ,
Circa 1,650,000 BCE – 100,000 BCE
Acheulean or Mode 2 Industries Circa 1,530,000 BCE – 1,510,000 BCE
The Earliest Preserved Footprints of Our Ancestors
Circa 1,500,000 BCE
Early Humans Make Bone Tools
Circa 1,500,000 BCE – 790,000 BCE
The Earliest Hearths
Circa 1,500,000 BCE
The Most Complete Early Human Skeleton
Circa 1,400,000 BCE
The Earliest Flint Tool Found in Europe
Circa 1,200,000 BCE
The Earliest Human Remains from Western Europe
Circa 950,000 BCE – 780,000 BCE
Humans May Have Lived in Britain as Early as 950,000 Years Ago
Circa 900,000 BCEThe Oldest Human Footprints in Europe, Identified Using 3D Imaging Circa 500,000 BCE
Hunting Large Animals With Spears
Circa 500,000 BCE
Early Humans Hunt with Stone-Tipped Spears
Circa 500,000 BCE – Nevados Men s Newton Bump Toe Sandal with Bungee Strap Black/Red NATURAL SOUL Women s Adalia Slide Sandal Sunset , Men Beach Shoes Comforatble Crocodile Leather Flip Flop Casual Outdoor Men Slipper Sandal Big Size37-46 Dropship Blakc Sandal , Inkach Water Shoes - Mens/Womens Quick-Dry Sports Barefoot Skin Aqua Socks Lightweight Pool Shoes Purple , Belleville TR960ZWP KHYBER Lightweight Waterproof Side-Zip Tactical Boot Black Maelstrom Men’s TAC ATHLON 6" Black Waterproof Boots Rocky Men s 8 Inch S2v 101 Work Boot Desert Tan , Reebok Work Mens Rapid Response Coyote Brown Cattlehide Leather Abby Womens Practice Beginner Latin Tango Ballroom Party Wedding Block Heel Round-toe Pu Dance-shoes , Gold Pigeon Shoes 50 Shades Of Men Standard 1" Heel Dance Dress Shoes Collection (Wide Width Available): Comfort Ballroom, Standard, Smooth, Latin, Salsa, Theather Art by Party Party Cm100101 Black Patent & White , Gold Pigeon Shoes Party Party Ruffle Evening Dress Pump Collections, Comfort Wedding Shoes: Women Ballroom Dance Shoes, Medium Heel, Tango, Smooth, Standard , Women s Ballroom Dance Shoes Tango Wedding Salsa Shoes CD6017EB Comfortable-Very Fine 2.75"[Bundle of 5] , Salabobo Womens Ventilate Latin D orsay Mid Heel Leather Professional Dance Shoes Mofri Women s Elegant Faux Suede Rhinestone Chain Round Toe High Chunky Heel Platform Side Zipper Under The Knee Boots Red , Brinley Co Womens Faux Leather Regular, Wide and Extra Wide Calf Mid-Calf Round Toe Boots Grey SaraIris Women s Pointed Toe Chunky Heels Stretchy Cloth Over The Knee High Boots Winter Shoes Light Grey , Bruno Marc Men s Casual Chelsea Ankle Boots Black Sanita Women s Zephyr Clogs And Mules Shoes White , JOE N JOYCE Women Seoul Soft-Footbed Mesh Sandals Slippers Beige Stetson Women s Caroline Western Boot Vintage Brown Salomon Men s Snowclog Snow Boot Coffee Bean/Coffee Bean/Black AOJIAN Clearance Women Women Winter Autumn Flat Boots Shoes High Leg Suede Short Long Boots Blue , Summerwhisper Women s Sexy Floral Print Pointed Toe Block Mid Heel Back Zipper Knee High Boots White , Dr. Martens Men s Icon 7 Eye Boot Black Joules Evedon Women s Riding Rain Boots Rubber Wellies Red , Skechers Women s Go Pro Golf Shoe Gray/Blue Trotters Women s Liz Loafer Lilac Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Core Ox Optical White , Mavic Deemax Elite Cycling Shoes - Men s Black/Firey Red , Lakai Flaco Skate Shoe Black/White Suede 430,000 BCEShell Markings by Homo Erectus May Be the Earliest Engraving Done by Humans Circa 500,000 BCEEarly Humans Process Elephant Carcasses for Food Circa 400,000 BCE – 350,000 BCE
The Earliest Use of Pigments
Circa 400,000 BCE
The Oldest Wooden Spears
Circa 400,000 BCE
The Oldest Almost Complete Mitochondrial Genome Sequence of a Hominin
Circa 350,000 BCE – 325,000 BCEThe Earliest Synchronic Use of Bifacial and Levallois Technology Outside Africa Suggests that the Technology Evolved Independently in Multiple Locations Circa 195,000 BCE
The Oldest Fossil Remains of Anatomically Modern Humans
Circa 164,000 BCE – 70,000 BCE
Early Humans Use Heat-Treated Stone for Tools
Circa 150,000 BCE – 50,000 BCE
Evidence for the Origin of Language in Southwestern Africa

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Circa 132,000 BCE – 98,000 BCE
The Earliest Known Forms of Human Adornment
Circa 130,000 BCENeanderthals Produce the World's Earliest Jewelry, From Eagle Talons Circa 130,000 BCE
The Earliest Evidence of Sea Voyages
Circa 128,000 BCE
The First Complete Neanderthal Genome Sequence
Circa 104,000 BCE
Tools for Capturing Fast or Dangerous Prey
Circa 100,000 BCE
Scientists Sequence Woolly Mammoth Genome--the First of an Extinct Animal
Circa 100,000 BCE
The Oldest Intentional Burial
Circa 100,000 BCE
The Earliest Paint Workshop
88,000 BCE – 78,000 BCE
Katanda Bone Harpoon Point
Circa 80,000 BCE
Evidence of Early Trade Routes?
Circa 75,000 BCE – Rieker 11 Mirjam 11 s Women s Pump Lake/Royal B076CYDH96/Cristallino/Louisiana b66bf5f 73,000 BCE
Early Attempt to Record Information or Early Art?
Circa 75,000 BCE
Tool Making by Pressure Flaking Discovered in Africa
Circa 75,000 BCE
At Sibudu Cave, the Oldest Known Early Bedding and Use of Medicinal Plants
Circa 68,000 BCE
From Sibudu Cave: the Earliest Known Creation and Use of Compound Adhesives, Suggesting Complex Cognition
Circa 60,000 BCEComputational Micro-Biomechanical Analysis of Neanderthal's Fossilized Hyoid Bone Suggests that Neanderthals Could Speak Circa 59,000 BCEThe Earliest Sewing Needle, Made of Bone Circa 49,000 BCE – 43,000 BCE
Neanderthals Made the First Specialized Bone Tools in Europe
Circa 48,000 BCEProof that Neanderthals Ate Vegetables as Well as Meat, in the Earliest Dated Human Faeces Circa 43,000 BCEGenome of the Oldest Human Fossil Found Outside of Africa and the Near East Shows that Humans and Neanderthals Interbred 50,000-60,000 Years Ago Circa 41,000 BCE
Discovery of the Cro-Magnons, the First European Early Modern Humans
Circa 40,000 BCE
The First Specimen to be Recognized as an Early Human Fossil
Circa 39,000 BCE
The Denisova Hominin, a Third Kind of Human
Circa 39,000 BCELyuba: The Best Preserved Mammoth Mummy Circa 38,000 BCE – 33,000 BCE
The Earliest Known Examples of Figurative Art
38,000 BCE
The First Sturdy Shoes are Invented
Flats Circa 38,000 BCEThe Oldest Known Hand Stencil & One of the Earliest Dated Figurative Depictions: Both Discovered in Maros, Sulawesi, Indonesia Circa 37,000 BCE
The Oldest Cave Painting
Circa 37,000 BCEPossibly the Earliest Art Created by a Neanderthal Circa 36,000 BCE
Neanderthal Genome Reveals Interbreeding with Humans
35,000 BCE
The Oldest Known Mathematical Artifact
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Circa 33,000 BCE
The Earliest Musical Instruments Circa 33,000 BCE
The Earliest Known Carving of a Mammoth
Circa 32,000 BCE – 30,000 BCE
Probably the Earliest Extensive Collection of Paintings
Circa 32,000 BCE – 28,000 BCE
Making Materials from Flax Fibers
Circa 31,000 BCE
The First Genuine Human Fossil Skeleton Discovered by a Scientist
Circa 30,000 BCE
The Earliest Zoomorphic / Anthropomorphic Sculpture
Circa 30,000 BCEThe Advantages of Orally Transmitted Traditions Circa 30,000 BCE – 29,000 BCE
The Earliest Sculpture of a Horse
29,000 BCE – 25,000 BCE
The Oldest Known Ceramic Figurine
Circa 28,000 BCE – 21,000 BCE
Some of the Earliest Tools for Sewing Garments
25,000 BCE – 20,000 BCEThe Ishango Bone, Possibly One of the Oldest Calendars Circa 25,000 BCE
The Earliest Representation of Spun Thread
Circa 24,000 BCE – 22,000 BCE
The Venus of Willendorf
24,000 BCE
The Earliest Portrait
Circa 23,000 BCE
One of the Earliest Known Realistic Representations of a Human Face
Circa 23,000 BCE – 12,000 BCE
Perhaps the Oldest Surviving Architecture
Circa 21,000 BCE – 16,000 BCE
The Oldest Fish Hooks and Evidence of Paleolithic Offshore Fishing
Circa 20,000 BCEDiscoveries in Brazil Could Predate the Arrival of the Clovis People in the Americas Circa 18,000 BCE
Cylcons
Circa 18,000 BCE
The Oldest Known Pottery
Circa 16,000 BCE
The Earliest Surviving Pottery From Japan
Circa 15,300 BCE
The "Sistine Chapel" of the Upper Paleolithic
Circa 14,000 BCEThe Venus Impudique: the First Discovery of a Venus Figurine Circa 13,500 BCE – 11,200Hunter-Gathers Were Living At Buttermilk Creek, Texas, as Early as 15,000 Years Ago Circa 13,000 BCEThe Lourdes Horse Circa 12,800 BCE – 8,500 BCE
North America's Earliest Rock Art
Circa 12,000 BCE
"The Sorcerer"
Circa 12,000 BCEMore than 5000 Flint Tools Are Found in Biggar, Scotland Circa 12,000 BCEThe Oldest Map is Discovered in Abauntz Cave, Navarre, Spain Circa 11,000 BCE
Pre-Historic Art Created by Children at the Cave of a Hundred Mammoths, Rouffignac
Circa 11,000 BCE
The Swimming Reindeer
Circa 10,500 BCE
The Mammoth Spear Thrower
10,000 BCE
Perhaps the Oldest Map in the World
Circa 10,000 BCEThe Holocene Interglacial Period Begins Circa 9,500 BCE
The Earliest Surviving Human-Made Place of Worship
Circa 9,300 BCE – 9,175 BCEFood Storage Preceded Plant Domestication in the Jordan Valley Circa 9,000 BCE – 8,000 BCE
The Eight Founding Crops of Domesticated Agriculture
Circa 9,000 BCE
The Ain Sakhri Lovers Figurine
Circa 9,000 BCE – 8,700 BCEGenome of Child from Clovis Culture Confirms Asian Origin of North American Native Peoples Circa 8,500 BCE – 7,200 BCEFort Rock Sandals: The Oldest Surviving Shoes Circa 8,000 BCE
In Mesopotamia Neolithic Tokens are Developed for "Concrete" Counting
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