Periods of cultural evouition and modern man, Biology

PERIODS OF CULTURAL EVOUITION AND MODERN MAN -

Paleolithic period: Stone age. Age of tools of stones and bones, cave paintings.

Mesolithic period: Age of domestication of animals and learning reading and writing develop language.

Neolithic period: Age of agriculture and manufacture of pottery, clothes and this period further sub-divided into following ages:

(i) Bronze age (ancient age)

(ii) Iron age (modem age)

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