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How to Build Stone Age Houses
Common building materials for stone-age people were earth, stone, and tulis (water reeds woven into mats) and animal hides. Descendants of the California Ohlone or the Lakota of the Nebraska and South Dakota plains will tell you these materials were... More »
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Stone Age - Wikipedia

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The Stone Age was a broad prehistoric period during which stone was widely used to make implements with an edge, a point, or a percussion surface.

Ancient Craft - Stone Age living

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Stone Age clothes & homes presented by James Dilley.

What was life like during the Stone Age? | Unsworth Primary School

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In this enquiry we will be looking at the tools people used, homes and farming techniques. Use the links and information below to try and find out about these.

Skara Brae - Stone Age Building

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Skara Brae, situated near the Bay of Skaill on Orkney's Mainland, is unique: it is a complete village with houses and streets. The houses are built closely together ...

What kind of houses did people live in? - Quatr.us

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Jul 12, 2016 ... By the New Stone Age, or the Neolithic, some people had started building houses for themselves (although a lot of other people continued to ...

Houses and Building Settlements - Ask About Ireland

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In the Stone Age Ireland was covered in large forests of trees. There were no fields for animals to graze in or crops to grow. In order to build large settlements ...

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Apr 18, 2013 ... These are the workmens' huts for Stonehenge - the homes the builders of the ancient monument lived in 4500 years ago. Three of the Neolithic ...

Food, Clothing and Shelter [ushistory.org]

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The Paleolithic, or Old Stone Age, began about 4.5 million years ago and lasted until ... Long houses made of stone blocks were also used for communities of ...

Stone Age houses in the Open Air Museum

www.pfahlbauten.com/lake-dwelling-museum/stone-age-houses-schussenried-riedschachen.html

The Lake Dwellings that were reconstructed in 1922, are today housing the Stone Age workshops for students and groups as well as the Lake Dwelling cinema.