Because the Neanderthal spread throughout Africa, Asia and Europe, their cultures were as different as the places they inhabited. Archeological finds have given historians a small glance into some of their beliefs and ways of life.
There is strong evidence that the Neanderthal had a belief in the afterlife. Burial plots have been found where the dead were covered with flowers and buried with food along with the tools they would need in the next life.
There is also evidence that Neanderthal cared for their sick and injured. Fossil remains show serious injuries, such as broken legs, which had healed completely. It is even possible that Neanderthal used medicines.
The price good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men.
Traditional weddings often took place in June, because the people took their yearly bath in May. A bouquet of flowers was used to hide any body odors that had developed since their bath.