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What are the different stone ages of man?

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the different stone ages of man are the Paleolithic Period, And The Neolithic Period

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Rough or chipped stone tools were markers from the Stone Ages. The Stone Ages were when people first began to use stones as tools for hunting and fishing.


the difference is that in the paleolithic age they used simple stone tools.


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Probably due to the stone tools used.


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


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no they did not have farming in the stone ages because there was too much ice and glaciers


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Prehistory, ancient times, middle ages, modern times Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Middle Ages, Renaissance, Industrial Age, Space Age, Information Age.


Yes a stone age man is tougher than a strong man today because the stone age man had to deal with harsh weather conditions and many different aspects that a human being in today's society doesn't have to deal with. ie. to kill animals (butchers do that) and build their own shelter. In recap, yes a cave man is tougher than a strong man today.


With the introduction of tablet PCs. :-)


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A man does not have a stone heart. It would not function. To melt stone apply copious amounts of heat.


Yes. Man caused the stone age since it started using stone for tools.



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