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The Stone Age was a broad prehistoric period during which stone was widely used to make .... The Americas notably did not develop a widespread behavior of smelting Bronze or Iron ..... Globally, soc...

Stone Age - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Jul 18, 2014 ... The Stone Age begins with the first production of stone implements and ends with the first use of bronze. Since the chronological limits of the ...

Stone Age For Kids | Stone Age Facts | DK Find Out

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Find out more about Stone Age facts and improve your knowledge with DK ... for many early people, because it meant they did not have to continually search for ...

Stone Age Timelines - Matrix of Mnemosyne

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Mar 5, 2016 ... Human prehistory and the Stone Age… a timeline critique. ... that the practice of farming did not begin until sometime around 5,500 B.C. ...

The Stone Age - World History International

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The Stone Age. Prehistoric cultural stage, or level of human development, characterized by the creation and use of stone tools. Robert A. Guisepi. Date: 2000.

The Stone Age: Period & Overview - Video & Lesson Transcript ...

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Learn about the Stone Age and how humans advanced... ... So did people - they had to follow the animals since they relied chiefly on animals for food. This is ...

Stone, Bronze, and Iron Ages | Essential Humanities

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Early human history can be divided into three ages: stone, bronze, and iron. ..... Most likely, these ages did not begin solely in Southwest Asia, but were arrived ...

The Old Stone Age (Paleolithic Era) - Penfield Central School District

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The Old Stone Age (Paleolithic Era) -from the beginning of human existence until ... When a living organism dies, it begins to lose carbon-14 in a predictable way ...

The New Stone Age (Neolithic Era) - Penfield Central School District

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The New Stone Age (Neolithic Era). Like the Old Stone Age, the people of the New Stone Age used stone for tools. Neo is a root we use in the English language, ...

Timeline British History for Kids - Uk - Woodlands Resources

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These people left no literature, but they did leave many burial chambers, monuments ... Neolithic or New Stone Age begins: farming people arrive from Europe.

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When did the Stone Age begin and end? | Reference.com

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The Stone Age began 2 to 3 million years ago and ended at around 3300 B.C. The dates for the beginning and end of the Stone Age are ranges because the ...

The Stone Age - Boundless

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Learn more about the stone age in the Boundless open textbook. ... diversity, and the creation of objects that did not have any obvious function other than art.

Stone Age | anthropology | Britannica.com

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Jun 22, 2016 ... The Stone Age, whose origin coincides with the discovery of the... ... were leaving their mark on the landscape, did flocks begin to multiply.