eolithic

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to the earliest period of the Stone Age (characterized by the use of eoliths)
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How To Use eolithic In A Sentence

  • Europe was last united in neolithic times, before the inseparable meshwork of land, people, community and trade separated into hierarchy, nations and cities.
  • The henges represent the largest collection of Neolithic monuments outside southern England.
  • Not one could grasp, or even imagine, the possibility that our simple-minded Palaeolithic ancestors were capable of art.
  • At the moment, it is thought either to be a Neolithic axe rough-out or the work of a modern flint knapper.
  • Oats, millet, opium poppies, and flax were also being cultivated by the end of the Neolithic period.
  • Olives from wild trees (oleasters) were sporadically gathered, in the Near East, by Neolithic peoples about 10,000 years ago.
  • Finally, to make the whole matter clear, let me repeat that this event, the inbreak of Self-consciousness, took place, or BEGAN to take place, an enormous time ago, perhaps in the beginning of the Neolithic Age. Pagan and Christian creeds: their origin and meaning
  • paleolithic artifacts
  • He gives illustrations of some neolithic axes and hammers, and then proceeds to state that in the opinion of philosophers they are generated in the sky by a fulgureous exhalation (whatever that may look like) conglobed in a cloud by a circumfixed humour, and baked hard, as it were, by intense heat. Falling in Love With Other Essays on More Exact Branches of Science
  • For Neolithic ceramic ornaments, this kind of a perfect counterchange is not an exception, but almost a rule.
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