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The paleolithic era is thought to have ended about 20,000 years ago, when the neolithic era began; the greatest difference between these two parts of the stone age is that agriculture was introduced, which made a profound difference in the way people lived.


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All of the Stone Age was prehistoric. When it is divided into two parts they are the Old Stone Age (Paleolithic) and the new Stone Age (Neolithic).

There's actually three parts to the Stone Age. There's the Old Stone Age, the Middle Stone Age, and the New Stone Age. To learn more about them you can Google them, there actually pretty interesting!

the Old Stone Age, or Paleolithic Age, and the New Stone Age, orNeolithic Age.

The two parts of the Stone Age are the Paleolithic Period and the Neolithic Period!!!

Everywhere in the world at the timeAnswer:The "stone age" was present at many parts of the world at different times. In North and South America the autochthonic peoples continued into the stone age until the arrival of Europeans after the 15th century.

old stone age is stone age is new.Your Welcome.

The stone age is broken into the Mesolithic, Paleolithic and Neolithic eras.

there where more rocks in the old stone age. new stone is new rocks.

The study of stone age is classified into three parts- 1-lower age 2-middle age 3-upper age

The NEw IS The More Presant STone age

The Middle Stone Age is also called the Middle Paleolithic or Mesolithic Ages. There are two different systems of naming. One has Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages, with the Middle Stone Age being equivalent of the Middle Paleolithic Age. The other divides the Stone Age into the Old Stone Age, or Paleolithic, the Middle Stone Age or Mesolithic, and the New Stone age or Neolithic.

In Europe and Asia the final stage of the stone age is known as the Neolithic. In Africa it is known as the Late Stone Age. America has a different chronological system.

It has lots of different things like they use different tools ,and they act different too

The fact is they quit using stone tools and used bronze. Hence the name.

There has only been one Stone Age. The Stone Age refers to the era when man learnt to make tools and weapons from rock and stone. The Stone Age was between 6,000 BC and 2,500 BC for the majority of humanity, though some of humanity came out of the Stone Age early upon discovering metals.The three periods of the Stone Age are Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic. It's difficult to determine exactly when stone axes started to appear exactly because different groups of humanity entered the Stone Age at different times. However it is believed the first axe may have been created during the middle of the Palaeolithic stage of the Stone Age.

the archeologist identify the people of the old stone age by there paintings,clothings and different types of houses

The Stone Age was a broad prehistoric period where humans widely used stones and stone making for many different types of tools.

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.

They were of different shapes and sizes according to different culture.

in the old stone age, early humans didn't yet know how to farm. they survived by hunting and gathering. in the new stone age, people learned how to farm so they didn't hunt or gather as much.

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 Neolithic age was also known as the New Stone Age. It was called Neolithic because people in that age were still using stone tools, but were using them in upgraded and different ways.

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