New Stone Age


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New Stone Age

n.
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New Stone Age

n
(Archaeology) (not now in technical use) another term for Neolithic
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New′ Stone′ Age`


n.
the Neolithic period.
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New Stone Age

The Neolithic period.
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Noun1.New Stone Age - latest part of the Stone Age beginning about 10,000 BC in the Middle East (but later elsewhere)New Stone Age - latest part of the Stone Age beginning about 10,000 BC in the Middle East (but later elsewhere)
Stone Age - (archeology) the earliest known period of human culture, characterized by the use of stone implements
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He said Pinol and Linao caves were the most significant caves in Mindanao especially after radiocarbon tests showed that some of potsherds were even likely 3000 years old or from the New Stone Age era while others were much newer, about 2,000 years old.
Plus, there are exhibits on the formidable Mirabel Topham, the T former Gaiety Girl who ran Aintree racecourse in the 1950s and '60s; Maghull resident Frank Hornby, the inventor of Meccano, Dinky toys and Hornby model trains; the Neolithic, or New Stone Age, mother and child who made their way across Formby sands to gather food, leaving their footprints as an echo from the region's distant past, and the Bootle Blitz of 1941 which saw 90% of the town's houses destroyed or damaged.
The Paleolithic phase (Old Stone Age) entered into Neolithic phase (New Stone Age) around 10, 000 B.C.
The axes of new stone age (of 12000 B.C.) were also discovered in this region.
The earliest occupation of the site so far confirmed by archaeology (although far more is certain one day to be discovered; for some 6,000 years Castle Hill was an island in the post-Ice Age Lake Calderdale and as yet we know nothing for that period) is 2600 BC - which is at the end of the Neolithic or New Stone Age and just before the arrival of the Bronze Age in Britain.
Soul brings a new Stone age Looking For Sugar which was a hit for HONEY CONE 40 years ago.
Native The slivers of stone handed by Mr Hall to Roger provide an insight into the neolithic period, known as the New Stone Age - a part of our history of which precious little is known.
The site represents a unique record of lithic technological change over the entire span of the Middle Stone Age in this part of Africa, and beyond into the New Stone Age they say, and could serve as a reference for the entire region of north and east Africa and southwest Asia.
Third, the road to survival prep ain't a road; it's a network of shifting, changing trails, with crossing points at places like "Prolonged Power Outage" and "After the Earthquake" to "The New Stone Age." The network has no terminus; it just keeps going and evolving.
Still within the Stone Age, in Balochistan, we find the remains of Stone Age man, who was succeeded through the Mesolithic Age by the people of the Neolithic (New Stone Age) period.
I CANNOT stress how important Caerau hillfort is, not only as evidence of Roman but also of Iron Age and possible chalcolithic (Copper Age) and neolithic (New Stone Age) occupation.