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Ages Project
Updated: 10/1/2020
Ages Project
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  • Stone Age
  • The stone age lasted from 10,000 BC to 3,000 BC. During the stone age, many new tools were created, and most were made of stone. A couple examples are stone axes, hearth sites, stone plows, and sickles.
  • Bronze and Iron Ages
  • The bronze age lasted from 3,000 BC to 700 BC, and the iron age lasted from 700 BC to 450 BC. During the bronze age, bronze jewelry and bronze weapons, which allowed humans to alter their environment. During the iron age, many iron weapons and farming tools were created, and the places that could make iron weapons were very dominant in war.
  • The middle age lasted from 450 BC to 1,400 AD. During the middle ages, there were many agricultural innovations and inventions, like the windmill, and produced mechanical labor. Other things that were created were cannons, mechanical clocks, and compasses.
  • Middle Ages
  • The renaissance lasted from 1 ,400 AD to 1,750 AD. During the renaissance, Galileo Galilei and Leonardo Da Vinci helped create many new inventions, including the microscope, telescope, and thermometer.
  • Renaissance
  • The industrial age lasted from 1,750 AD to 1,950 AD. During the industrial age, a lot of new things were created, including electricity, the automobile, the airplane, radio, television, telephone, and the rocket.
  • Industrial Age
  • The information age is the age we are in now. There have been a lot of changes during the information age, and a pandemic. Many things were created like the computer, nuclear power, digital camera, cellular phones, and the internet.
  • Information age
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