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Origin of Stone Age
Example sentences from the Web for stone age
Through some strange freak of atavism the father of the boy bred back, and was more or less of a Stone-Age cave-dweller.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 11 (of 14)|Elbert Hubbard
They were in the stone-age when first discovered, and had no bows and arrows.Anthropology|Robert Marett
So, fishing, I think, was another way in which the stone-age children played.
He had expected words—primitive words, perhaps resembling the click-speech of Earth's stone-age survivals, but words of some sort.The Stars, My Brothers|Edmond Hamilton
Among the stone-age children's toys that I gathered that afternoon, were those of which we have pictures.
British Dictionary definitions for stone age
Scientific definitions for stone age
Cultural definitions for stone age
A period encompassing all of human history, perhaps several million years, before the Bronze Age. In the Stone Age, people learned to make and use stone tools and weapons.