Stone Age Building


Stone Age dates back to roughly 2.5 million years ago when humans shared the earth with now-extinct hominid relatives.  Humans worked with stones, so the age got its name as the “stone age.” Humans made …

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10 Neolithic Pottery Discoveries


The Neolithic Period is divided into three successive periods that collectively fall under the geographical range of the Old Civilization. Neolithic Period or New Stone Age (10,000 BCE-3,000 BCE) originated in Southwest Asia and spans …

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Top 10 Neolithic Architecture


When we talk about Neolithic architecture, the foremost thing that strikes us is minimalism and the use of naturally occurring materials. Their houses were mostly sturdy stones to lay the foundation; their walls were usually …

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Top 10 Most Common Neolithic Food


The people of the Neolithic era performed arduous tasks of erecting huge boulders such as the Stonehenge. Great strength and food fuel is required to accomplish such titanic tasks. We can name a few of …

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1O Surviving Neolithic Paintings


We live in towns and with our neighbors directly influences the Neolithic Revolution that occurred some 11,500-5,000 years ago. The Neolithic era (New Stone Age) evolved from its predecessors’ traditionally nomadic and semi-nomadic lifestyle. Large …

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Top 10 Tools of Neolithic Period

Scraper images at Museum of Toulouse

The Neolithic Age was 3,000 years ago. It marks the beginning of the end of the Stone Age.  New tools with dual purposes emerged during this period to clear fields for planting and to dig …

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Neolithic vs Palaeolithic Period

An image from Paleolithic Period

The prehistoric period of human evolution is traced back from 2.5 million years ago to 1200 B.C [1]. It is categorized into the three-age including Stone Age, Bronze, and the Iron age. It is called …

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