COMPARE COMMONLY CONFUSED WORDS
OTHER WORDS FROM Neolithicpre·ne·o·lith·ic, adjective
Words nearby Neolithic
How to use Neolithic in a sentence
Above that will come crevices and caves where Neolithic families once lived, now home to bears, eagles, wolves, and leopards.
The info-crammed piece stretches back beyond the young elites’ ill-fated first meeting to the times of Iran’s corrupt shah, earlier colonization, the Aztecs and even Neolithic archaeological sites.‘Rich Kids’ reveals a different perspective on Middle East|Patrick Folliard|April 8, 2021|Washington Blade
Burials of people in houses or other structures, as well as cremations, are thought to have originated in Neolithic-period farming villages in and around the Middle East no earlier than about 10,000 years ago.A body burned inside a hut 20,000 years ago signaled shifting views of death|Bruce Bower|February 16, 2021|Science News
The shafts date to a time known as the Neolithic, or late Stone Age.
These are, researchers now think, part of one of the biggest Neolithic monuments in Europe.
Neolithic humans lived in the caves pocking its slopes, and by around 1400 BCE a fortified palace was built atop the Acropolis.
There is no occasion to speak here of the many remains of neolithic man that have been exhumed.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris
During the Neolithic and Bronze Ages we can dimly trace further immigrations.
Even the influence of Neolithic intellectual life still remains.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie
The fossils of the times between the Glacial period and the Neolithic period indicate variations of climatic conditions.The Principles of Stratigraphical Geology|J. E. Marr
Of course, its appearance among the aborigines of America, we can imagine, must have been within the Neolithic period.The Swastika|Thomas Wilson