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The Neolithic Age
by: Kirsten Shipley, Taylor Stylc and Stephanie Ruths

What was The Neolithic Age?
This age is considered the late stone age. The Neolithic age followed the terminal Holocene Epipaleolithic period and followed by the beginning of farming which produced the Neolithic Revolution. This age was also the beginning of civilization. This age lasted from 4,000 B.C. and 2,300 B.C.

The neolithic people used flint and stone to create their weapons and tools. a list of tools and weapons are :

Tools: Weapons:
-Hammers
-Axes
-Chisels
-Arrow heads

-Scrapers
-Spear heads
-Adzes
-Early bow
-spinning/weaving
-Knives

tools
-Hatchets

-stone plows/ sickles
Weapons/Tools of this age.
artifact number 1
This artifact is a Stone Plow, it is used for farming and other agricultural purposes. its impacts are:
Social:
there werent really social impacts for neolithis people had yet to form a real language
Political:
there was no political system formed yet in this age.

Cultural:

Men did most of the farming in this culture (after the neolithic revolution), this tool helped make farming easier.
Economical:
as with the other tools, this helped with trade for those specialized in farming because theres is no curency.
Artifact number 3
This artifact is an adzes, it is used for cutting and shaping wood. A kind of ax. Its impacts are:
Social:
there werent really social impacts for neolithis people had yet to form a real language
Political:
there was no political system formed yet in this age.
Cultural:

It was culture for men to hunt for food and build the shelters, men used this as a tool to do so.
Economical:
This also helped with trade with those specialized in wood because everyone needed shelter, and to make weapons to protect from outside dangers.
Artifact number 2
This artifact is an Spear Thrower it is used as a weapon, its used for throwing spears or dart throwing, it's impacts are:

Social:
there werent really social impacts for neolithis people had yet to form a real language
Political:

there was no political system formed yet in this age.
Cultural:

in this culture men found/hunted food, this made it easier to hunt animals for their hydes and meat
.
Economical:

This tool helped with hunting, which in return boosted trade between the neolithic people, they used trade because they had yet to form a type of curency.
Questions!
1) What were tools and wepons made of during the neolithic age?

2) What did the neolithic people trade?


answers!
1) Bones, stone and wood

2) Wood, food, animals furs and hydes


works sited:
http://www.ehow.com/info_8252604_lists-neolithic-stone-tools.html

http://www.harford.edu/faculty/shallock/hlst115.htm

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