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The archaeological sources that we can use to study the Paleolithic are:
* [[Paleolithic human fossils|'''Human fossils''']]. Different races, must differentiate its location in geography and of course the temporary space in which they lived.
* [[Instruments or tools manufactured made by man during the paleoliticoPaleolithic| "']] [[''Tools "and instruments''']] and instruments that have been recovered, usually made of stone or bone allows us to get to know every human species, their behavior and skills.* [[Art during of the paleoliticoPaleolithic| "']] [[''Art "''']] who created the human populations of the Paleolithic. Its purpose is always in discussion, but there is no doubt that of the artistic genius of many of the creators of the works that have come down to us.
During the Paleolithic man was transformed as a species, evolved from the forms more primitive similar to primates and gradually acquired the characteristics of modern man. It is the time of mankind more difficult to interpret and study, because the information that reaches us makes it fragmented. It's like having a great book that we can only read small fragments which should be sufficient to know our history.