Early Bronze Age: a period in the Levant dating to c. 3200–1950 bc, just before Egypt’s Archaic period. Increasing urbanization was shown by the building of walled towns.
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a type of flaking in which the preform was shaped by percussion flaking. The blade edges were ground to prepare a surface for the removal of elongate pressure flakes. The pressure flaking may have taken the form of alternate uniface bevel flaking, biface serration flaking, alternate biface bevel flaking, or irregular pressure flaking.
Earlier Stone Age: first stage of the Stone Age in sub-Saharan Africa, dating from more than 2.5 million years ago to c. 150,000 years ago. The earliest artifacts are representative of the Oldowan Industrial Complex, which was succeeded by the Acheulian Industrial Complex between c. 1.5 million and 150,000 years ago.