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After all, the bow and arrow dates back to the Paleolithic era - or the Old Stone Age.
It has thus one of the oldest socio-political backgrounds going back to the Old Stone Age an age whose existence has been estimated to the fabulous period of two million years from now.
It has thus one of the oldest sociopolitical backgrounds going back to the Old Stone Age an age whose existence has been estimated to the fabulous period of two million years from now.
The agreement with the University of Oxford provides for archaeological excavations at two sites in old stone ages sites to be added to other three sites in which the University has been excavating according to scientific cooperation agreement signed between the Commission and the University in 2010.
From paintings that reflect the rich and varied traditions of Islamic art and tools made in East Africa during the Old Stone Age, to masterpieces from the European Renaissance, the exhibition explores the varied interpretations of 'treasure'.
The show covers a period stretching from the Old Stone Age (a million years BC) until the era of Saudi state.
But recent analysis of the flints revealed they were in fact from the end of the Upper Palaeolithic - Old Stone Age - period, 14,000 years ago.
Finding time for the Old Stone Age thus leaves room for a companion study which would emulate its documentary and archive-oriented strengths and intertwine the history of Palaeolithic archaeology with that of anthropology, both physical and socio-cultural--of course, taking on board any ideological, historical and theoretical ballast stones that may prove relevant.