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The old stone age
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Make the concept map about Paleolithic Age, beginning with the most importan idea


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snøhetta: lascaux caves visitor center | designboom

snøhetta: lascaux caves visitor center | designboom | Paleolithic Age | Scoop.it
plans revealed for a new visitor center and museum inserted into a fissure into the contour of the landscape as the very caves being displayed.
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Techniques for Flintknapping : How to Make Stone Age Tools

How to make stone age tools in this free How-to video. Expert: John Olsen Bio: Through scratching and grinding rocks, John Olsen has made many authentic repl...
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PALEOLITHIC AGE

PALEOLITHIC AGE | Paleolithic Age | Scoop.it

The period, also known as the stone age, encompasses the first widespread use of technology—as humans progressed from simpler to more complex developmental stages—and the spread of humanity from the savannas of East Africa to the rest of the world. It is generally said to have begun approximately 500,000 years ago and to have ended about 6,000 B.C.E. It ends with the development of agriculture, the domestication of certain animals, and the smelting of copper ore to produce metal. It is termed pre-historical, since humanity had not yet started writing—which is seen as the traditional start of (recorded) history. Knowledge of human life at this time is confined to generalities. Scientists do not have records of individual lives or of the achievements of individual contributors to human development. As technology enabled humans to settle in larger numbers, however, more rules were needed to regulate life, which gave rise to ethical codes. Religious belief, reflected in cave art, also became more sophisticated. Death and burial rites evolved.

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Stone Tools Point to Creative Work by Early Humans in Africa

Stone Tools Point to Creative Work by Early Humans in Africa | Paleolithic Age | Scoop.it
Click Here to Read: Stone Tools Point to Creative Work by Early Humans in Africa by By John Noble Wilford in The New York Times on November 12, 2012. Explore posts in the same categories: Science News.
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