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The Stone Age came first. Followed by the Bronze Age.



the bronze age came after the stone age though in the near east copper age came before bronze age. Hope that helps! :)


Of the Stone Age and the Bronze Age, the one that was the earliest was the Stone Age. The Stone Age occurred first followed by the Bronze Age and then the Iron Age.


The stone age was followed by the bronze age.


The last Ice Age came before the Stone Age.The Bronze Age and the Iron Age both came after the Ice Age.


Stone age, bronze age, iron age are the accepted first three ages.


The difference between the Stone and Bronze Age is that during the Stone Age, people used stone to make tools and weapons. During the Bronze Age, people used bronze to make tools and jewelry. In the Bronze Age, the first metal that people used to make tools and jewelry was copper.


the bronze age because i said so


Bronze has its own age, the Bronze Age. This immediately follows the new stone age or neolithic period.


The main difference is the fact that weapons and tools were made of stone in the Stone Age, and bronze in the Bronze Age.


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The Bronze Age followed the Stone Age. The Bronze Age started approximately 3300 BC and lasted until 1200 BC. In the Near East the stone age is followed by the copper age, or Chalcolithic.


In the stone age, people made tools out of stone. In the bronze age, people made tools out of bronze. And guess what? In the iron age, they made them out of iron!


The Stone age was earlier. The Bronze Age started in 3200-1200 BC and the Stone Age started in 4000 BC.Yes, the Stone Age came before the Bronze Age.Yes.The Bronze Age is the period of human time between the stone and iron ages, terms referring to the material with which tools and weapons were made. The Bronze Age followed the Neolithic and the Paleolithic in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. These early ages were periods when people used stone implements. The Bronze Age was the beginning or the era in which metals were used. The first part of the Bronze Age may be called the Calcolithic referring to the use of pure copper and stone tools. Copper was known in Anatolia by 6500 B.C. It wasn't until the second millennium B.C. that bronze (copper and tin alloy) came into general use. In about 1000 B.C. the Bronze Age ended and the iron age began. Before the end of the Bronze Age, iron was rare. It was only used for decorative items and possibly coins. Determining when the Bronze Age ended and the Iron Age began therefore takes into account the relative preponderance of these metals. (About.com).


the bronze age came before the iron age.



The epochs are normally classified according to the technology that came into use during that time. This strongly suggests that bronze was invented at the very beginning of the Bronze Age.


The Stone age began with the first speacies in our genus and, in very few places, countinues to this day. The bronze age began in different places at different times, so you should be asking when <whatever culture> entered the bronze age.


Stone was widely used during the stone age hence its name. Bone tools were used during the stone age. It is the first in system of three ages; the stone age, the bronze age and the iron age.


Fire was discovered in the stone age, the bronze age would not have been possible unless humans already had fire by that point since bronze smelting requires a very hot furnace.


The tools were made of iron and steel, as opposed to bronze in the Bronze Age and stone in the Stone Age which preceded it.


Stone Age - Bronze Age - Iron Age.


The Stone Age was followed by the Bronze Age. The time period was characterized by the use of bronze for tools and other implements.


The Transformation Of Man Has Been A Long Running Process.In European Countries , The Progress Of Man Was Divided Into Ages.The First Was Stone Age Followed By The Bronze Age And Then Comes The Iron Age.



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