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Al hacer un rastreo en la historia de la tecnología nos encontraremos con momentos fascinantes pues nos estaremos encontrando con situaciones excepcionales en la evolución de su pensamiento, de su …

Historia y evolución de la tecnología

Al hacer un rastreo en la historia de la tecnología nos encontraremos con momentos fascinantes pues nos estaremos encontrando con situaciones excepcionales en la evolución de su pensamiento, de su …

Beyond Orkney there is relatively little evidence for the use of jewellery or dress accessories, of any materials, in Neolithic Scotland. However, stone - in the form of jet, cannel coal and oil shale - does feature in the visually striking, so-called 'monster beads' of the Early to Middle Neolithic, and in the belt sliders of the Middle Neolithic; and there are also a few stone beads other than 'monster beads'.

Neolithic Jet and Amber Bead Necklace and associated flint axehead, Greenbrae, Cruden, Aberdeenshire, Scotland © NMS

Inuit Tools

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Neanderthals learned to create specialized cutting and scraping tools by chipping away at the edge of a rock.

New Guinea stone club heads, markers and tools. Ex-John Friede, Ex-Marc Assayag Tookalook Tribal Art Gallery.

New Guinea stone club heads, markers and tools Knolling. Ex-John Friede, Ex-Marc Assayag Tookalook Tribal Art Gallery.

Iceman "Ötzi´s" gear. http://www.vintagehikingdepot.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/otsisgear.jpg

Ötzi's 3,300BCE Gear List

Ötzi's Gear Image Copyright of South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology - www.it ---- + 59 tattoos !

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Five Eskimo stone-bladed implements

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Bandkeramische Kultur – Wikipedia

A selection of Neolithic ground stone tools and a reconstructed flint flake sickle, in the museum of the Palatinate, Speyer, Germany.

Culture/People:  Inupiaq (Alaskan Inupiat Eskimo) [Tikeramiut/Tikeraq (Tigara)/Point Hope] Object name:  Harpoon head and foreshaft Date created:  1890-1900 Place:  Point Hope; Arctic Slope Native Corporation; Alaska; USA Media/Materials:  Chert, caribou antler, hide thong/babiche Techniques:  Flaked/chipped, carved, perforated, incised, wrapped

Harpoon Head and Foreshaft Inupiat Eskimo, The National Museum of the American Indian

HANDS ON! The Invention of Writing: Mesopotamian Clay Tablet Lesson Plan and Handout PDF with Cuneiform Alphabet from the Oriental Institute in Chicago:

Write your name in Cuneiform – Just like a Mesapotamian!

Domain Ancient Civilizations The Invention of Writing: Mesopotamian Clay Tablet Lesson Plan and Handout PDF with Cuneiform Alphabet from the Oriental Institute in Chicago

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