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The, following, outline is, provided. As an overview, of and topical guide. To prehistoric. Technology. Prehistoric. Technology. Technology, that, predates, recorded history. History. Is the study of the past using, written records. It is also the record itself. Anything. Prior to the first written accounts of history, is prehistoric, meaning. Before, history. Including. Earlier, technologies. About. 2.5. Million years before, writing was developed. Technology. Began with the earliest hominids, who used stone, tools which, they may have used to start fires hunt, cut, food and bury their dead. Topic. Nature. Of prehistoric. Technology. Prehistoric. Technology. Can be described, as. Prehistoric. Before. We had written, records. From. The Latin, word for. Before. Prey. Prehistory. Is, the span of time before, recorded, history that. Is before, the invention of writing systems. Technology. Making. Modification. Usage. And knowledge, of tools machines. Techniques. Crafts. Systems. And methods of organization, in, order, to solve a problem improve. A pre-existing, solution. To a problem achieve. A goal handle. An applied, input-output. Relation. Or perform, a specific, function. Topic. Old-world. Prehistoric. Technology. Three-age. System in. Archaeology. And physical. Anthropology. The periodization. Of, human, prehistory into. Three consecutive, time. Periods, each, named, after the main material. Used in its respective, tool making technologies. The, Stone Age the, Bronze Age, and, the Iron Age. Beginning. Of prehistoric. Technology. The earliest, technology. Began. 2.5. Million years, before recorded. History that. Is at the beginning of the Stone Age. Latest. Prehistoric. Technology. The level of technology, reached, before true, writing, was introduced. Differed, by region, and usually, included. Proto-writing. Latest. Prehistoric. Technology. In the near East cultures. In the near East achieved, the development. Of writing first, during. Their Bronze Age. Latest. Prehistoric. Technology. In the rest of the old world Europe. India, and China reached. Iron, Age technological. Development. Before the introduction, of, writing, there. Topic. Stone, age technology, in. The old world. Stone-age. Broad. Prehistoric. Period, lasting. Roughly. 2.5. Million years during. Which stone, was widely used in the manufacture of implements. With a sharp edge a point, or a percussion. Surface. The. Period, began, with hominids, and ended between 6,000. And 2,000. BCE, with, the advent, of metalworking. Topic. Palaeolithic. Technology. Palaeolithic. Prehistoric. Period of human history, distinguished. By the development. Of the most primitive stone, tools discovered. Graham Clark's, modes i and ii and covers, roughly. 99%. Of human, technological, prehistory. Topic. Lower, Paleolithic. Technology. Lower. Palaeolithic. Earliest. Subdivision. Of the Paleolithic. Or old Stone, Age, it. Spans, the time from around, 2.5. Million, years ago when the first evidence, of craft and use of stone tools by hominids, appears, in the current, archaeological. Record, until, around 300. Thousand, years ago spanning. The old Owen mode, one and a. Shoe lien mode. Two, lithic. Technology. Stone. Tool, use early. Human, hominid. Use of stone tool technology. Such, as the hand axe was, similar, to that of primates. Which, is found to be limited, to the intelligence. Levels, of modern children, aged three to five years. Ancestors. Of Homo sapiens. Modern, man used, stone, tools as, follows. Homo. Habilis. Handyman. First. Homo. Species. It. Lived, from approximately. 2.3. To, 1.4. Million years, ago in Africa and, created, stone tools called, old our tools. Homo, ergaster in, eastern, and southern Africa about.

2.5. To, 1.7. Million years ago it, refined, all Dow and tools and developed, the first eschew lien by facial axes. Homo. Erectus. Upright. Man, lived. About, 1.8. To 1.3. Million years, ago in West Asia and Africa and is thought to be the first hominid. To hunt in coordinated. Groups, use, complex, tools and care, for infirm, or weaker, companions. Homo. Antecessor. Earliest. Hominid, in northern Europe it, lived from, 1.2. Million to 800 thousand. Years ago and used stone, tools. Homo. Heidelbergensis. Lived. Between six, hundred thousand. And four hundred thousand. Years ago and used stone, tool technology similar. To the eschew liyan tools used, by Homo, erectus. Control. Of fire by, early, humans European. And, Asian sites, dating back, 1.5. Million, years ago seemed, to indicate controlled. Use of fire by, H erectus, a. Northern. Israel, site from about six hundred and ninety thousand, to seven hundred and, ninety, thousand, years ago suggests. Controlled, use of fire in, a half from pre-existing, natural. Fires or embers. Burial. The act of placing a deceased, person. Into the ground. Homo. Heidelbergensis. May, have been the first species, to bury, their dead about five hundred, thousand, years ago. Topic. Middle. Palaeolithic. Technology. Middle. Paleolithic. Period in. Europe, and the Near East during, which the Neanderthals. Lived, see. 300,000. To, 28,000. Years ago, their. Technology. Is mainly the musterion, the. Earliest, evidence, Mungo. Man of, settlement. In Australia dates. To around 55, thousand. Years ago when modern humans likely. Crossed from Asia by island, hopping. The. Bhimbetka, rock, shelters, exhibit, the earliest, traces of human life in India some, of which are approximately 30. Thousand. Years old. Homo. Neanderthalensis. Stone. Tools Homo. Neanderthalensis. Used. Musterion, stone, tools that, date back to around, 300. Thousand, years ago and include, smaller, knife, like and scraper, tools. Burials. Homo. Neanderthalensis. Buried. Their dead doing. Sur in shallow graves along. With stone tools and animal bones although. The reasons, and significance, of, the burials, are disputed. Homo. Sapiens. The, only living species. In the genus Homo. Originated. In Africa about. 200,000. Years ago. Greater. Mental. Capability. And ability to walk erect, provided. Freed hands, for manipulating, objects. Which, allowed for far, greater use, of tools, art, of the middle Paleolithic. Insert, missing, text, here. Burial. Intentional. Burial, particularly. With grave Goods may, be one of the earliest detectable. Forms, of religious, practice, since it may signify. Concern. For the dead that transcends. Daily, life. The. Earliest. Undisputed. Human, burials so far dates back one hundred and thirty thousand. Years. Human. Skeletal. Remains stained. With red ochre were, discovered, in the school cave at Casa, Israel. With a variety of, grave, goods. Topic. Upper. Palaeolithic. Revolution. Upper, Palaeolithic. Revolution. Theoretical. Occurrence, between. 60,000. And 30,000. Years ago possibly. The origin, of language, resulting. In modern human, behavior, accompanied. Radical, advancements. In technology. Made possible, by it behavioral. Modernity, a set of traits that distinguish. Homo, sapiens. From extinct, hominid, lineages. Homo. Sapiens. Reached full, behavior, modernity, around. 50,000. Years ago due, to a highly, developed brain capable. Of abstract reasoning. Language. Introspection. And, problem-solving. Tools. Included. Our Ignatian. Tools such, as stone bladed, tools tools, made, of antlers, and tools, made, of bones. Clothing. Evidence, such, as possible. Sewing, needles, from around, 40,000. Years ago and dyed flax, fibers, dated. 36,000. BP, found in a prehistoric cave. In the Republic, of Georgia suggests. That people were wearing clothes, at this time. Human. Beings may, have begun wearing, clothing, as far back as. 190,000. Years ago. Art. Of the Upper Paleolithic. Included. Cave painting. Sculpture, such as the Venus figurines. Carvings. And engravings, of bone and ivory and, musical. Instruments. Such as flutes, the, most, common, subject, matter was, large animals. That were hunted, by the people, of the time. Prehistoric. Music. Paleolithic. Flutes. Cave, painting. Cave. Of Altamira, and Paleolithic, cave art, of northern, Spain. KOA. Valley Paleolithic. Art. Topic. Mesolithic. Technology. Mesolithic. The transitional. Period between. The Paleolithic. Hunter-gatherers. Beginning. With the Holocene, warm period, around, 11,000. 660. BP, and ending with the Neolithic, introduction.

Of Farming, the date of which varied, in each geographical. Region. Adaptation. Was required, during, this period, due, to climate changes. That affected, environment, and, the types of available food. Stone. Tool, changes. Small. Stone, tools called, micro, lathes including. Small blade 'lets and micro, buran emerged, during this period. Weapons. Spears. Or arrows, were found at the earliest known Mesolithic. Battles site at cemetery. 117. In the Sudan. Home. Guard bows were found in the bogs of northern Europe. Dating, from the Mesolithic, period. Topic. Neolithic. Revolution. Neolithic. Revolution, first. Agricultural. Revolution. Representing. A transition. From hunting, and gathering the, Maddock life to an agriculture. Existence. It's. Evolved, independently in. Six separate, locations. Worldwide circa. 10,000. To 7,000. Years BP. 8,000. To 5,000. BC. The. Earliest known, evidence, exists. In the tropical, and subtropical areas. Of, southwestern. Southern, Asia northern. Central. Africa, and Central, America, defining. Characteristics. Introduction. Of Agriculture a defining. Characteristic. Of Neolithic, societies, which. Resulted. In a swing from a nomadic lifestyle. To one that was more sedentary, and, the use of agricultural, tools. Such, as the plow digging. Stick and hoe tool. Domestication. Of, animals including. Dogs. Pottery. Emerged, as a defining, characteristic of. The Neolithic, period. Other. Architecture. Included. Houses, and villagers, built of mud brick and wattle and daub and, the construction, of storage, facilities. Tombs, and monuments. Metalworking. Copper. Used began, as early as 9,000. BC in, the Middle East and a copper pendant, found in northern Iraq, dated, to, 8700. BCE. Numeric. Counting. Record-keeping. Evolved, from a system, of counting, using, small clay tokens, that began in Sumer, about 8000. BCE. Proto-writing. Idea. Graphic, and or early, mnemonic, symbols, used to convey information, probably. Devoid, of direct, linguistic. Content. These. Systems.

Emerged, In the early Neolithic, period, as early, as the seventh millennium BCE. Neolithic. Signs in Europe. Vinc assigns, tart, area, tablets, CA. 5300. Bc. Neolithic, signs, in China at a range of Neolithic, sites in China small. Numbers, of symbols of, either pictorial. Or simple, geometric. Nature, have been unearthed, which, were incised, in tore drawn, or painted on. Artifacts. Mostly, on pottery but in some instances on, turtle, shells animal. Bones or, artifacts. Made from bone or jade. Gr. Whose symbols, carved, on tortoise, shells in gr who CA. 6600. B.c. Stone. Tools, ground, and polished tools, were created, during the Neolithic, period. Religious. Structures. Such, as the Gobekli, t / built about, 12,000. Years ago. Will. In the late Neolithic. Period, the wheel was introduced. For making, pottery. Topic. Prehistoric. Bronze Age, technology. In the old world. Bronze-age. Stage. Of development. Characterized. By the use of copper, and it's alloys brands, as the chief hard materials. In the manufacture. Of some implements. And weapons, and of developing, trade networks. Bronze. Age China. Bronze. Age India. Early, indus script CA. 3500. BC. Bronze. Age Europe. Topic. Prehistoric. Iron age technology, in. The old world. I an, aged age, characterized. By the widespread, use of, iron, or steel which, coincided. With other changes, in society, including. Differing. Agricultural. Practices. Religious. Beliefs, and artistic, styles. Tools. Best. Tools, and weapons, were made from, steel. Topic. End of, prehistory, in, the beginning, of history. Development. Of true writing, systems, in the old world true, writing, systems, developed. From Neolithic writing. In the early Bronze Age 4th, millennium BC. The, Sumerian. Archaic. Pre Cunha form writing, and the Egyptian, hieroglyphs. Are generally, considered, the earliest true. Writing, systems, both, emerging. Out of their ancestral. Proto, literate. Symbol, systems, from 3 400 3. 200 BC. With earliest, coherent. Texts, from about. 2600. BC. Topic. Transition. From proto-writing. To. True writing. General. Developmental. Stages, leading. From proto-writing, to. Tree writing. Picture. Writing system, glyphs, directly. Represent. Objects, and ideas or objective. And ideational. Situations. In. Connection. With this, the following, sub stages, may be distinguished. The mnemonic, glyphs, primarily. A reminder. The. Pictographic. Picked, ography, glyphs, represent. Directly. An object, or an objective, situation. Such as a chronological, be. Notices. See. Communications. D totems. Titles. And names e. Religious. F customs. G, historical. And H. Biographical. The. ADEA graphic, ideal, graphy glyphs, represent. Directly. An idea, or an ideational. Situation. Transitional. System. Glyphs, refer, not only to the object, or idea which, it represents but. To its name as well. Phonetic. System glyphs. Refer, to sounds, or spoken symbols. Irrespective. Of their meanings. This. Resolves. Itself, into, the following, sub stages. The verbal, glyph, logogram. Represents. A whole word. The. Syllabic, glyphs represent. A syllable. The, alphabetic. Glyph, represents. An elementary. Sound. Topic. Prehistoric. Technology. Of the Americas. The, new world periods. Began, with the crossing, of the paleo-indians. Athabascan. A Lloyd's Inuit. And you pick people's, along the bering land bridge onto, the north american continent.

In. The burke method. And theory in american, archaeology. Gordon, Willey and Phillip Phillips, defined, five, cultural. Stages, for the Americas, including. The three prehistoric. Lithic, archaic. And formative, stages. The. Historic. Stages. Are the classic, and post classic, stages. Paleo-indian. Period, the first people, who entered, and subsequently. Inhabited. The Americas, during the final, glacial, episodes of, the Late Pleistocene period. Evidence. Suggests. Big-game, hunters. Crossed the Bering Strait, from Asia into North America, over a land and ice bridge Beringia. That existed. Between. 45,000. BC. 12,000. BCE, following. Herds of large herbivores, far, into Alaska. Athabascan. Speakers. A. Lloyd's. I knew, it. Yup'ik. Topic. Lithic. Technology. Lithic. Technology. Occurred, from 12,000. To 6,000. Years before, present, and included, the Clovis, culture Folsom. Tradition. And Plano culture. Clovis. Culture was, once considered the first culture, to use projectile. Points, to hunt on the North American continent. Since. Then, a pre-clovis. Site was found in Manas Washington. That found use of projectile. Points, to hunt mastodons. Topic. Archaic. Period. Technology. Archaic, was, dated, from 8,000. To 2,000. Years before present. People. Were hunters, of small game such, as deer antelope. And, rabbits, and gatherers, of wild, plants moving. Seasonally. To hunting, and gathering sites. Late. In the archaic, period about, 200. To 500 CE, e corn. Was introduced. Into the diet and pottery making became. An occupation. For storing, and carrying, food. Topic. Formative. Stage. Technology. Formative. Stage followed. The archaic, period and, continued. Until the point of contact, by European. People. Cultures. From that period, include, that of the ancient, Pueblo people. Mississippian. Culture and. Olmec, cultures. You. Topic. Prehistoric. Technologies. By type. You. Topic. Primitive-skills. Primitive. Skills. Topic. Prehistoric. Art. Prehistoric. Art art produced, in preliterate. Prehistorical, cultures, beginning, somewhere in very late geological. History and, generally. Continuing. Until that culture, either develops. Writing, or other methods, of record-keeping. Or makes significant. Contact, with another culture that has and that makes, some record, of major historical. Events. List, of Stone Age art. Types. Of prehistoric, art. Parietal, art. Heart. Cave. Painting. Prehistoric. Sculpture. Venis, figurines. Stone. Circle. Prehistoric. Art by region. Japanese. Prehistoric. Art. Scottish. Art in the prehistoric era. Topic. Domestication. Of, animals. Origin. Of their domestic dog. Topic. Language. Numbers. Language. Itself. Origin, of language. Prehistoric. Numerals. Topic. Prehistoric. Fishing. History. Of whaling hashtag. Prehistoric. To medieval times. History. Of fishing, hashtag, prehistory. Topic. Prehistoric. Hunting. Hunting. Hashtag. Paleolithic. Game. Drive system. Hunting. Hypothesis. Topic. Pre-historic. My name. Mining. Hashtag. Prehistoric. Mining. Topic. Prehistoric. Medicine. Prehistoric. Medicine. Dentistry. Hashtag. History. Topic. Prehistoric. Tools. Timeline. Of historic. Inventions. Hashtag. Prehistoric. History. Of materials. Science, hashtag, prehistory. Archaeological. Industry. All. Dowan. Mysterion. Ashu Lian. Topic. Prehistoric. Clothing. History. Of clothing and textiles. Hashtag. Prehistoric. Development. Shoo, hashtag. History. Topic. Stone, Age tools. By, face. Hand-axe. Control. Of fire by, early, humans. Bone. Tool. Spear. Hashtag. Prehistory. Prepared. Core technique. Blade. Archaeology. Chopper. Archaeology. Cleaver. Tool. Tool. Stone. Lissa. Quake. Licit. Core. Lithic. Reduction. Tranche. A flake. Langdale. Lacks industry. Bow-and-arrow. Hashtag. History. Chopping. Tool. Cup. Stone. Band. Flake. Bear. Island projectile. Point, just a few of many kinds. Of projectile. Points. Cane, anine blade. Celt. Tool. Ads hashtag. Europe, and. Ville. Hashtag, history. Hashtag. History. Sewing. Needle, hashtag, needles, in archaeology. Basket. Hashtag, history. Pigment. Hashtag, history. Glue. Hashtag, history. Rope, hashtag. History. Bow. Drill hashtag, history. King hashtag, history. Topic.

Prehistoric. Weapons. Prehistoric. Warfare. Prehistoric. Weapons. Topic. Gallery. You. Topic. See. Also. Aboriginal. Stone arrangement. Paleolithic. Diet. Paleolithic. Lifestyle. Prehistoric. Autopsy. 2012. BBC. Documentary. Timeline. Of human prehistory. C-section. Prehistoric. Technology. Below. Equals, equals, equals, sites.

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