Origin of Stone Age
Examples 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.
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Science definitions for stone age
Culture 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.