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  1. #1 Old Stone Age 
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    *What is old Stone Age ?
    *How did people lead their life those days ?
    *What did they eat ?
    *Their life styles

    And all characteristics of Old Stone Age . Its supposed to be a group project but my partners haven't even started yet . So its up to me to start it for the least . I got some info from Wikipedia and some books but they aren't enough . Help please.


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    Look up "old stone age" on Google. You will be overwhelmed with citations.


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    also a good starter is wikipedia

    you may notice that, whilst it may answer the first question, the next 3 seem to assume that the old stone age was a short-lived fashion restricted to a small number of people instead of a rather amorphous age of stone tool usage ranging from 2.6 million until 30,000 years ago and spread over at least 3, if not more, hominid species
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    Quote Originally Posted by marnixR
    also a good starter is wikipedia

    you may notice that, whilst it may answer the first question, the next 3 seem to assume that the old stone age was a short-lived fashion restricted to a small number of people instead of a rather amorphous age of stone tool usage ranging from 2.6 million until 30,000 years ago and spread over at least 3, if not more, hominid species
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    Look up Paleolithic (old stone age), Mesolithic (middle) or Neolithic (new). My personal fav is the Neolithic, as it was the time we started to farm, possibly the most important invention in history (now, there is a topic...)
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