neolithic

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الإنجليزية - التركية
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neolithic period
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neolithic age
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The New Stone Age, from circa 8500 to 4500 BCE
Of or relating to the New Stone Age
hopelessly outdated

What am I supposed to do with this neolithic piece of machinery?.

pertaining to the later stone age
Neolithic is used to describe things relating to the period when people had started farming but still used stone for making weapons and tools. neolithic culture. the monument was Stone Age or Neolithic. relating to the last period of the Stone Age, about 10,000 years ago, when people began to live together in small groups and make stone tools and weapons (neo- + lithos )
An Old World chronological period characterized by the development of agriculture and, hence, an increasing emphasis on sedentism
Of Later Stone Age
"New Stone Age," coined to describe techniques of grinding and polishing stone tools; the first cultural period in a region in which the first signs of domestication are present
{s} of the later Stone age, pertaining to the age characterized by the development of agriculture and sophisticated tools and weapons (Anthropology)
In Britain, the Neolithic – or New Stone Age – was the period from about 3400 BC to 1600 BC It is often subdivided into the Earlier Neolithic – Primary Neolithic – in which the primitive farmers arrived in Britain from Europe and merged with the native Mesolithic peoples, and the Later Neolithic – Secondary Neolithic – as the immigrant culture merged with the native Mesolithic See Prehistoric Calderdale
New Stone Age (c 5000-2500 BCE) This period is characterised by the use of stone weapons and tools (flint arrow heads and axe heads being typical examples) and saw the introduction of agriculture and the domestication of animals These were revolutionary developments and led to large population increases
the New Stone Age (c 4000 - 1800 BC)
latest part of the Stone Age beginning about 10,000 BC in the middle east (but later elsewhere)
of or relating to the most recent period of the Stone Age (following the mesolithic); "evidence of neolithic settlements
Last part of the Stone Age, when agricultural skills had been developed but stone was still the principal material for tools and weapons It began in the Near East around 8000 B C and in Europe around 6000 B C
An Old World chronological period characterised by the development of agriculture and, hence, an increasing emphasis on sedentism V G Childe coined the term "Neolithic Revolution" in 1941 to describe the origin and consequences of farming allowing the widespread development of settled village life
of or relating to the most recent period of the Stone Age (following the mesolithic); "evidence of neolithic settlements"
Thought to have begun c 9000-8000 B C The first society to live in settled communities, to domesticate animals, and to cultivate crops, the beginning of new skills of weaving, and building
Of or pertaining to, or designating, an era characterized by late remains in stone
Neolithic Period
or New Stone Age Final stage of technological development or cultural evolution among prehistoric humans. It is characterized by the use of stone tools shaped by polishing or grinding, the domestication of plants or animals, the establishment of permanent villages, and the practice of such crafts as pottery and weaving. The Neolithic followed the Paleolithic Period (and in northwestern Europe the Mesolithic) and preceded the Bronze Age. Its beginning is associated with the villages that emerged in South Asia 9000 BC and flourished in the Tigris and Euphrates river valleys from 7000 BC. Farming spread northward throughout Eurasia, reaching Britain and Scandinavia only after 3000 BC. Neolithic technologies also spread to the Indus River valley of India by 5000 BC and to the Huang Ho valley of China by 3500 BC. The term is not applied to the New World, though Neolithic modes of life were achieved independently there by 2500 BC
neolithic age
latest part of the Stone Age beginning about 10,000 BC in the middle east (but later elsewhere)
neolithic

    الواصلة

    Ne·o·lith·ic

    المترادفات

    new stone age

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    [ "nE-&-'li-thik ] (adjective.) 1865. From Ancient Greek νέος (neos, “new”) + λίθος (lithos, “stone”).

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    affiance
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