lowing a series of studies, the evolutionary theory was later cracked and collapsed and Homo Neanderthalensis was reclassified into a new scientific classification called Homo Sapiens Neanderthalensis. This is because the fossil appeared more human than it was previously established and was considered sub-human. Hot debate is ongoing on classification of the German based fossil as a sub-human because many historians and anthropologists believe that Homo Sapien Neanderthalensis did not have all the traits of a human being. This is because according to Lubenow (2004, p. 207), the controversial argument has mainly resulted from Neanderthals various deficiencies especially those concerning their mental, physical and even the cultural capabilities. However, different explanations exist regarding the physical abnormalities. Adequate proof also concerning culture, intellect and even interaction between the Neanderthal and the modern human has been presented. Fábrega (2002) stated that technological innovation of Neanderthals indicated that there was curation, planning, skilled craftsmanship. They also had above average mental capabilities including manufacture of blades and bones tools.
First, both the Neanderthal individuals and the modern human belong to a symbolic community. The two groups were able to come up with a communal map using their own knowledge gained from their daily exposure to memory stores that are external and various rituals, especially when burying the death. In the case of the modern man, their behaviour and cognition results mainly from the various beliefs, rules and values that govern their behaviour. All these form a symbolic cultural meaning to all things present and actions committed by them (chase, 1994).
Secondly, various archaeological records bring out possible culture of music. In the archaeological records, there is clear evidence distinctly portraying the existence of music in the world of Neanderthal that resembled that of the modern