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Globalisation of Stone Tools and Beginnings of Mechanical Processing of Polymers

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Manufacturing of first stone tools can be seen at the site of Gona, Ethiopia dated to 2,6 million years agofollowed by several sites including the evidence from West Turkana in Kenya 2,74 – 1.


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