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Native North Americans Were Making Copper Tools in 7,500 BC | Ancient Origins Native Americans, Archaeology, Native American Tools, Native People, Native American, Ancient Cultures, Native American Pictures, North American, Ancient Origins

The Old Copper Culture of the Great Lakes region in North America used copper tools for thousands of years and then went back to stone and bone tools. Why would they do that? Researchers have revised the historic timeline and revealed remarkable insights.

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EVERYTHING ABOUT ARCHAEOLOGY: WHAT IS THE AX ? Batu, Archaeology, Ancient Artefacts, Nature, Stone Age, Stone Age Tools, Ancient Tools, Stone Age Man, Ancient Artifacts

AX: one of the last major categories of stone tool to be invented, around the end of the last Ice Age in the Paleolithic. It is a flat, heavy cutting tool of stone or metal (bronze) in which the cutting edge is parallel to the haft and which might have the head and handle in one piece. Its main function was for woodworking (hewing, cleaving, or chopping trees) but it was also used as a weapon of war, as the battle ax. There are many forms of ax, depending on the different materials and…

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Neandertal populations in the Iberian Peninsula were experiencing local extinction and replacement even before Homo sapiens arrived, according to a study published March 30, 2022 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Joseba Rios-Garaizar of the Archaeological Museum of Bilbao, Spain and colleagues.

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