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2012-02-28 17:57:29
2012-02-28 17:57:29

All of the Stone Age was prehistoric. When it is divided into two parts they are the Old Stone Age (Paleolithic) and the new Stone Age (Neolithic).


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There's actually three parts to the Stone Age. There's the Old Stone Age, the Middle Stone Age, and the New Stone Age. To learn more about them you can Google them, there actually pretty interesting!

Living in the Prehistoric Era or Age

the Old Stone Age, or Paleolithic Age, and the New Stone Age, orNeolithic Age.

old stone age is stone age is new.Your Welcome.

the old stone age had less technology

The old stone age is called the old stone age because that age was when humans first began and made stone implements \ tools out of stone which was not so fine and polished as the tools in the new stone age.The old stone age is also called the palaeolithic age

During the old stone age they hunted and gathered.During the new stone age they farm

about 12000 years ago for the old stone and i dont now how old for the new stone age

What is the old Stone Age religion

Flint is from the Old Stone Age (Mesolithic Peroid)

Hunting and Gathering is old stone age.

how people trade in the old stone age

The stone can break. By the way the stone age is not old.

the old stone age is also called the paleolithic age

there where more rocks in the old stone age. new stone is new rocks.

well the old stone age is the older and not quiete so good stoneage i did it at school!

There are many advances from the old stone age. One advancement from the old stone age is the use of medicine to treat sickness.

compare and contrast the new and the old stone age

The new stone age is Neolithic, the middle stone age is Mesolithic, and the old stone age is called Paleolithic.

9,ooo years ago was the old stone age.

The people of the old stone age hunted and farmed.

Mostly other old stone age people.

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