Paleolithic humans made tools of stone, bone, and wood. The early paleolithic
hominids, Australopithecus, were the first users of stone ...
The Early Stone Age in Africa is equivalent to what is called the Lower Paleolithic
in Europe and Asia. The oldest stone tools, known as the Oldowan toolkit, ...
www.iupui.edu/~mstd/a103/Paleolithic Tool Types.htm
Upper Paleolithic tools were made by anatomically modern humans and
incorporated a range of techniques. These people also made tools from bone
The Paleolithic Age is a period marked by the evolution of human tools.
Beginning approximately 2.5 million years ago and ending roughly 12000 years
ago, the ...
Jan 3, 2003 ... In this section you will be introduced to some of the earliest stone tool
technologies, such as those found at Olduvai Gorge. You will also be ...
Jan 3, 2003 ... As you should know from your readings, the Upper Paleolithic was a period of
incredible diversity and technological innovation.
Tools are objects that make our lives easier. A computer or smart phone are
examples of modern-day tools. Paleolithic is a word that comes from the two
ABSTRACT. This paper asks whether an aesthetics of Paleolithic tools is
possible, and if so, what it might be. The application of our own aesthetic
sensibilities to ...
Jun 22, 2016 ... The onset of the Paleolithic Period has traditionally coincided with the first
evidence of tool construction and use by Homo some 2.5 million ...
Why study Paleolithic technology? What can old stone tools, ancient fire pits, and
painted cave walls tell us about our evolutionary past?