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Stone Age

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishStone AgeˈStone Age noun   the Stone Age
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Stone AgeThey have looked upon the bones of the prehistoric dead and seen evidence of a Stone Age holocaust.We have a reminder close to home, for Navajo sand painting preserves a Stone Age art tradition in our land.In the Neolithic, or New Stone Age, we find the beginning of temples, stone circles, and monumental earthworks.During the Pleistocene, Stone Age man appeared on the scene in Java and spread quickly.In Balance Ever since Stone Age man began to keep livestock and cultivate crops, farming methods have been subject to change.More fundamentally, why should we assume that Stone Age people did not know of the male contribution to procreation?
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