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The neolithic people used the tools such as a plow for farming and the people in mesopintamia invited the wheel for carts and the potters wheel. They also inveted the arch.

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Scrapers are one of the original stone tools, found everywhere where people settled, long before the Neolithic Age began. Scrapers were used both to butcher animals, and then to remove meat from the hides. The hides could then be cured as leather. A scraper is a flat piece of stone with one longer slightly curved edge.

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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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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, it comes from the Greek word neos, which means new or recent.So, Neolithic means "New Stone."

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Stone Age Tools . Neolithic stone tools. The Neolithic period began around 6,000 years ago when humans first settled down and began farming. They continued to make tools and weapons from flint and some kinds of tool, such as scrapers for preparing hides, stayed the same.

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Hand tool - 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.

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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 neolithic people used the tools such as a plow for farming and the people in mesopintamia invited the wheel for carts and the potters wheel. They also inveted the arch.

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The Neolithic period is defined by its behavioural and cultural characteristic which takes into account the natural progression from the use of wild to domestic crops and the use of livestock. Neolithic people were extremely successful farmers, and particularly adept at producing the tools needed for the tending, harvesting and processing of ...

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It's important to note that the durability of the stone tools and weapons used during the Neolithic Age was a problem. ... people still used tools and weapons made of stone, but as they adapted ...