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Old Stone Age vs New Stone Age; Similarities: stone tools, hunted wild animals, weapons, ate plants, OSA worked in groups, (cooperatively), NSA traded; (both types of cooperation); NSA: farmers, settled less nomadic, domestication of dogs, horses, camels, cattle, food surplus, increase in population,

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The only similarities between societies in todays first world nations, and the first Neolithic villages is that both societies were composed of people, and some of those people farmed.

they both made stone tools that's one of them.

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seriosly? there were no appetizers in the stone age!:D

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

old stone: were hunters n gathers new stone : demesticated animals

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What is common between the 3 apart from the fact that they are division of of a stone age ? History

in the old stone age they all had the same jobs and in the new stone age they did. ex: hunters , farmers, people who make jewelry.the new stone age is really where civilization started.

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