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Stone age timeline, from the first stone tools to the beginning of agriculture. This timeline includes Paleolithic, Neolithic and Metal Age events from 6.5 million years ago to year 450 BCE.
More than 30 commonly used secondary periods are also included, such as the Upper Paleolithic, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age. In addition, this prehistoric timeline displays nearly 300 events that shaped early human history, such as the evolution of human behavior and the human body, evolution of language, invention of stone and metal tools, animal extinctions, domestications, cave findings, prehistoric art and famous buildings from the neolithic period. The Ice Age climate history for the past 3 million years is included too.
Moreover, the timeline displays a chart of Human Evolution with 19 hominids and over 80 fossils. They are selected among the most relevant from all over the world.
Periods and events have hyperlinks to articles from Encyclopedia Britannica, Smithsonian Institution, Ancient Encyclopedia, History.com and Wikipedia.com.