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Novalithic Age

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Novalithic
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Ruins of the XXX temple in modern day XXX, XXX.
PeriodPrehistorical Era
Dates10,000-5,500 BCE
Preceded byVetuslithic Age
Followed byCuprulithic Age

The Novalithic Age is the second period of the Prehistorical Era and is characterised by the emergence of large scale farming around the 8th millennium BCE and fixed human settlements. The period lasted from around 10,000 to about 4,500 BCE with the transitioning to the Cuprulithic Age marked by the development of metallurgy, leading up to the Bronze Age and Iron Age. The Novalithic also introduced the Novalithic Revolution, comprising a progression of behavioral and cultural characteristics and changes.

The term "Novalithic" derives from the Palon word "nova" which is the feminine version of "novo" which translates to "new"; and the Pylosan λίθος, lithos, "stone", literally 'New Stone Age'. The term was coined by XXX in 1859.

History by region

Hesterath

Hesterath lowlands

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Plevapotamia

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Kharankhui Highlands

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Northern Hesterath

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Sub-Exore

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Naphtora

Northern Naphtora

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Central & eastern Naphtora

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Southern Naphtora

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Kukan peninsula & western Naphtora

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Oranland

Western Oranland

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Southern Oranland

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Eastern Oranland

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Central & northern Oranland

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Alabon

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Trimeshia

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Domicas

North Domica

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Central Domica

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South Domica

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Cultural characteristics

Social organization

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Agriculture

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Clothing

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List of early settlements

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List of cultures and sites

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See also