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The Neolithic /ˌniːəˈlɪθɪk/ ( About this sound listen) Age, Era, or Period, or New Stone Age, ..... The 'Neolithic' (defined in this paragraph as using polished stone implements) remains a living tradition in small and extremely remote and ...

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The neolithic is the youngest part of the Stone Age. The word "neolithic" comes from two words in greek meaning "new" and "lithic", meaning "stone".

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Neolithic definition, (sometimes lowercase) Anthropology. of, relating to, or characteristic of the last phase of the Stone Age, marked by the domestication of  ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/neolithic

Define neolithic: of or relating to the latest period of the Stone Age characterized by polished stone implements — neolithic in a sentence.

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[sometimesn-] designating or of an Old World cultural period (c. 8000-c. 3500 ) characterized by polished stone tools, pottery, weaving, stock rearing, agriculture,  ...

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neolithic meaning, definition, what is neolithic: relating to the period when humans used tools and weapons made of stone and had just…. Learn more.

anthropology.net/2007/05/27/what-does-neolithic-mean

May 27, 2007 ... Etymologically speaking, neolithic can be broken down into two parts. One is the “neo” meaning new. And the other is “lithic” which is stone.

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Neolithic Age synonyms, Neolithic Age pronunciation, Neolithic Age translation, English dictionary definition of Neolithic Age. Noun 1. Neolithic Age - latest part ...

www.etymonline.com/word/neolithic

Origin and meaning of neolithic: "pertaining to the later Stone Age," 1865, coined by John Lubbock, later Baron Avebury, (1834-1913) from neo- + -lith "stone."