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Description = "No all instruments manufactured in the Paleolithic have survived to nowdays. Those who have survived are usually made of stone or bone" ></seo>
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Description = "No all instruments or tools manufactured in the Paleolithic have survived to nowadays. Those who have survived are usually made of stone or bone" ></seo>
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First it should be noted that man-made instruments that have survived to this day are just that, those who have survived. This means that there were probably many others made some resistant materials whose track is lost forever.
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First it should be noted that man-made instruments that have survived to nowadays are just that, those who have survived. This means that there were probably many others made of some non resistant materials which have been lost forever.
Instruments or tools that have been preserved were made in carved stone or bone. The technique to carve a stone, often flint was simple. The stone is struck with another stone into the desired shape. Are common objects scrapers, axes, spearheads or arrow, etc.
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Instruments or tools that have been preserved were made in sculpted stone or bone. The technique for sculpting a stone, often flint was simple. The stone is struck with another stone until getting the desired shape. Common objects are scrapers, axes, spearheads or arrows, etc.
  
 
[[Paleolithic]] instruments and tools are classified by their age and manufacturing technique used. The following are ordered from oldest to newest: <br />
 
[[Paleolithic]] instruments and tools are classified by their age and manufacturing technique used. The following are ordered from oldest to newest: <br />
* Culture Pebbles (Pebble culture) <br />
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* Pebble culture<br />
* Culture Acheliense. <br />
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* Acheulean Culture<br />
* Culture Clactonian. <br />
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* Clactonian Culture. <br />
* Culture Musteriense. <br />
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* Mousterian Culture. <br />
 
* Aurignacian Culture <br />
 
* Aurignacian Culture <br />
* Solutrean culture. <br />
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* Solutrean Culture. <br />
* Culture Magdaleniense. <br />
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* Magdalenian Culture<br />
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[[Category:Prehistory]] [[Category:Paleolithic]]
 
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Biface Palmones (2)

First it should be noted that man-made instruments that have survived to nowadays are just that, those who have survived. This means that there were probably many others made of some non resistant materials which have been lost forever. Instruments or tools that have been preserved were made in sculpted stone or bone. The technique for sculpting a stone, often flint was simple. The stone is struck with another stone until getting the desired shape. Common objects are scrapers, axes, spearheads or arrows, etc.

Paleolithic instruments and tools are classified by their age and manufacturing technique used. The following are ordered from oldest to newest:

  • Pebble culture
  • Acheulean Culture
  • Clactonian Culture.
  • Mousterian Culture.
  • Aurignacian Culture
  • Solutrean Culture.
  • Magdalenian Culture


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