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Neolithic Age Inventions

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Bret Morsberger

on 10 September 2013

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Neolithic Age Inventions
Important technological development
The invention of stone tools benefited the people of the Neolithic age tremendously. Before they had to use flint rock as tools until they thought of an easier way to work. Carving out shapes to make working easier and more efficient. These stone tools impacted society economically because when tools are discovered, that leads to more opportunities which leads to more jobs. It impacts culture because from the people who started making stone tools, now tools have evolved to what all people rely on. Socially it improves how people work because with the help of tools they can work at a faster and more productive rate. Now that these tools have evolved so much over time, they become more dangerous; so now you need certain safety requirements in order to work with them.
Important Technological development B
The Way out
Neolithic age
The neolithic age consisted of the improvement of agricultural life and the invention of stone tools. It began around 8000 BCE and ended around 5500 BCE. With all of these simple improvements, we get to where we are now in everyday life.
Another invention of the neolithic age was architecture. This gave people homes and developed society. It impacted society socially because some people lived with each other, or had houses near each other so it forced them to communicate. It impacted culturally because different cultures could have different styles of architecture. Such as homes ect. Architecture has evolved to what every family lives in and shares.
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