the last part of the Stone age occur
The Neolithic period is the last part of the Stone Age, see related link.
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Stone Age is a noun.
Hmmm it's a tough one! Have you been on Ask.com?
There are various opinions - generally it was the last part of the Stone Age from about 10,000 BCE to about 4500 to 2000 BCE, depending on what part of the world you are talking about, when the Bronze Age began.
Not many people live long in the stone age. There were not doctors back in the stone age.
The Stone Age started 3.5 million years ago. It ended when the Bronze age started.
second part of stone age biegining about 75000 to 500000 years bc and lasting until end of the last ice age about 8500years bc
Stone Age (Greek lithos = stone)
paleolithic age is the second part of the Stone Age beginning about 750,00 to 500,000 years BC and lasting until the end of the last ice age about 8,500 years BC.
No. The Paleolithic Period is part of the Stone Age. The Stone Age also includes the Mesolithic Period and the Neolithic Period.
The domestication of plants did not come until after the stone age. This was the Neolithic revolution. People in the stone age were hunter gatherers.
The last Ice Age came before the Stone Age.The Bronze Age and the Iron Age both came after the Ice Age.
about 700 years
Stone age people did not know how to make items from copper.
the developments that occured during the stone age is: tools hunting and gathering and last but not least farming