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The Paleolithic Era (or Old Stone Age) is a period of prehistory from about 2.6 million years ago to around 10000 years ago.The Neolithic Era (or New Stone Age) began around 10,000 BC and ended between 4500 and 2000 BC in various parts of the world. In the Paleolithic era, there were more than one human species but only one survived until the Neolithic era.

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The identifying characteristic of Neolithic technology is the use of polished or ground stone tools, in contrast to the flaked stone tools used during the Paleolithic era. Neolithic people were skilled farmers, manufacturing a range of tools necessary for the tending, harvesting and processing of crops (such as sickle blades and grinding stones ...

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The Paleolithic is an era of history defined by the creation of stone tools, between roughly 2.6 million and 10,000 years ago. This period is also known as the Pleistocene or Ice Age, during which ...

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What? • In the paleolithic age, people used rocks for various tools and weapons • As pictured to the right, humans used a sharp rock as a hand axe to chop various objects • Flints were very popular, as they helped the people create fires. Humans also made thin stone blades which they used as spear heads • Men used cliffs and tar pits as weapons for killing animals.

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The new Stone Age or Neolithic period began about 10,000 years ago. The last Ice Age came to an end and sea levels started to rise. Man needed to adapt to these new changes in weather. People who lived near the sea started to make tools for fishing. Others made more useful tools out of wood, shells, antlers and other materials. With them they ...

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The Neolithic era or the New Stone Age was approximately from 10,000 to 3,000 BCE. The end of this era brought with it the end of the Stone Age and the rise of the Copper Age. However, neolithic tools and weapons laid the foundation for many other inventions and tools for the following eras to come.

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All those terms cover a lot of times and places but in general paleolithic used mainly knapped (chipped) stone tools, as well as bone and wooden tools, the Mesolithic showed an increasing number of microliths (tools made from tiny bits of stone) for things like arrow heads and sickle blades.

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The Neolithic: A Settled Life. When people think of the Neolithic era, they often think of Stonehenge, the iconic image of this early era. Dating to approximately 3000 B.C.E. and set on Salisbury Plain in England, it is a structure larger and more complex than anything built before it in Europe.

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Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic Near East: A Guide surveys the lithic record for the East Mediterranean Levant (Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Jordan, and adjacent territories) from the earliest times to 6,500 years ago. It is intended both as an introduction to the lithic evidence for students

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Hand tool - Neolithic tools: The Neolithic Period, or New Stone Age, the age of the ground tool, is defined by the advent around 7000 bce of ground and polished celts (ax and adz heads) as well as similarly treated chisels and gouges, often made of such stones as jadeite, diorite, or schist, all harder than flint.