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 What tools did people in the Old Stone Age use?

Answer The Old Stone Age was so named because the tools discovered during excavations were made of stone. Although the first tools were crude and primitive, they served a purpose: to help man conquer his ... Read More »
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Acheulean Stone Tools?

Acheulean tools were a type of stone tools manufactured by early humans from approximately 1.6 million years ago until 300,000 years ago. Acheulean tools, named after St. Acheul, France, where many... Read More »
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How do I use simple stone tools?

Stone tools were used between 2.5 million years ago and 10,000 B.C., known as the Paleolithic era, during the time in which Neanderthals, or primitive man, walked the earth. These stones tools were... Read More »
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Stone & Tile Tools?

Stonemasons and tile setters encounter some of the strongest and hardest building materials available: marble, granite, ceramics and masonry. Specialized tools allow tile and masonry professionals ... Read More »
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Chipped Stone Tools?

A rock is a rock--unless it's not. Chipped stone tools freed man from fear and hunger and gave him control over his environment. From the time of our earliest ancestors up to the magnificent civili... Read More »
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