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    History: The Stone Age

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    The Stone Age What is the Stone Age? The stone age was named Stone Age because the people in this time period used stone tools. It has two very like and very different time periods. They are called the Neolithic (new), and Paleolithic (old) eras. They have very diverse rituals and ways of life. Things like the way they access food, the homes they live in, the tools people used, and what they spent their time doing. Paleolithic Era The Paleolithic Era--A.K.A. Old Stone Age--was the first part of the Stone Age. The humans that lived in this time period used simple stone tools such as plain, sharpened stone (left) that were used to cut and skin animals. People also made spears and axes. In the Old Stone Age people were nomadic1. This is because…

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    Religion: The Stone Age

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    Also, mention many stories didn’t care if it was fact or untrue mainly on how they were created as a whole. Stories of an evil demon who created much damage, then one could do relates to today as the devil. One thing I learn was the first religious ritual was imitation was to encourage a situation. Many just thought the world would be how God made it out to be with no change, but that was back then now it different but some events never change. The Stone Age was a very important era they…

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    but there are three major ones that gave mankind the opportunity to commence paving its way towards modernity: the beginning of agriculture, the transition from the Stone Age to the Bronze Age, and the invention of writing. Had these three changes not occurred, mankind would, without question, not be in the same place it is today. Before humans mastered the art of agriculture, their way of living was primitive. They survived by hunting and gathering and never staying in one place for too…

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    the pictures they want” -George Lucas. Stone tool technology evolved quite drastically from the lower Paleolithic, middle Paleolithic until the upper Paleolithic.Tools are and have always been a necessity that are needed for humans to better adapt to their surroundings from generation to generation. Early on tools were very rudimentary but were still quite sophisticated for technology and knowledge available for the time. However, in time tools became more complex. The Paleolithic era or…

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    The parting of the Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages shows a significant split in the lives and principles of prehistoric people. Many aspects of the normal, routine life were improved in order to satisfy a progressive standard of living. The Agricultural Revolution greatly impacted numerous aspects including the economy, culture, and technology. Overall, regardless of their variances and drawbacks, the Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages led to new technologies which ultimately permitted the formation…

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    The transition from Paleolithic to Neolithic Culture The first part of the stone age was the Paleolithic culture, which begin around 750,000 BC. During the paleolithic culture tools were made. The first tool that was made was the Oldowan dating back to 2.5 - 1.2 million years ago. The homo habilis constructed this tool by using stone and beating off flakes of the stone. There were two types: flake tool and core tool, depending on what needed to be done. The second tool made was the Acheulean it…

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    Paleolithic Era

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    Paleolithic Triumphs The Paleolithic Era marks a cultivating time in world history. Ranging from 2,600,000 to 12,000 years ago, it is known as a part of the stone age. More specifically, the Paleolithic Era is known as the “Old Stone Age.” This differentiates it from the new stone age; the Neolithic Era. With the latter came the agricultural revolution - based on the Paleolithic style of gathering edible plants, and polished tools - which were based on the rough stone equivalent of the…

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    Becoming Human Summary

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    dot as a tattoo, same color as her broken heart tattoo. She wanted to be in with the current tattoo trend. She didn’t want anything big though, to her it’s the little things that matter. She didn’t want her tattoos to show since she is a model and it is important that she doesn’t have any showing. Her broken heart tattoo shows that during that time is her life her heart was broken and getting that tattoo helps her to mend that broken heart. Or to remind her that though she went through pain at…

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    share similar astronomical alignments. Could there be a connection between Stonehenge, surrounding henges and astronomy? The astronomical significance of Stonehenge was further reinforced by groups of archaeologists surveying approximately 900 other stone circles beside the site and they detected ‘more astronomical alignments as the circumference of surveys became gradually of a closer proximity to Stonehenge' (Hill "Stonehenge" 2008). Provided each stone circle forms astronomical alignments, we…

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    I believe that when we research history it’s very important to start with the paleo-Neo era because they are the most important parts of human life. The Paleolithic era is the stone age when we had begun using stone tools. The people of the old stone age era left no written records, they only left physical remains. While the Neolithic began at the end of the last ice age this era brought out the continuation of the social and technological evolution. The people of this era began to make weapons…

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