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The Stone (Paleolithic) Age was followed by the New Stone (Neolithic) Age.

Apparently, the major change was the development of Agriculture as climates started to warm due to the end of the last Ice Age. The domestication of land for farming and animals for their products allowed populations to expand a lot so that nomadic tribes could settle into small villages.

By the end of the Neolithic Age, simple trade routes and chiefdoms existed along with some who remained nomadic for various reasons.

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