Why Was the Stone Age Called the Stone Age by Archaeologist and Historian?


The stone age was called the stone age by archeologists and historians because that was the period when people first discovered how to make tools and weapons out of stones.
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Because we lived in caves, cooked on stones, made cutting tools from stones, used stones as weapons and as a heat source around our campfires.
The period from 2.7-2.58 million years ago encompasses the first use of
bcoz its an age where they used stone for practically everything, stone tools, stone weapons, stone housing, stone furniture etc Stone was available and they hadnt discovered iron
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