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Kazakhstan in Stone age

The creation of new hunting tools became possible only because the technology of stone tools producing achieved unprecedented before perfection
Scientists suggest that modern man (Homo sapiens) appeared in the Late Palaeolith
Collection of plant food retreated into the background. Mainly, Neanderthal man became a hunter. Man could not worry about the dead bonfire: he knew how to create fire.
During the Stone Age groups of people used different places for sites: they settled in caves and grottoes, in inaccessible mountain gorges, sometimes in the open ground and even near reaches of rivers
Quite often stone is considered to be a silent witness of ancient epochs. However, this is only partially the truth.
During 1930-1980-s in the region of the Ural and Irtysh Rivers approximately 90 monuments of the Eneolithic epoch were discovered and investigated.
It is logical that each Chalcolithic era is determined individually and by the specific set of characteristics.
On, the vast Eurasian territory over the last fifteen to twenty years, numbers of sites of the Stone Age have been discovered.
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