Aeneolithic


Ae·ne·o·lith·ic

adjective \ā-ˌē-nē-ō-ˈli-thik\

Definition of AENEOLITHIC

:  of or relating to a transitional period between the Neolithic and Bronze ages in which some copper was used

Origin of AENEOLITHIC

Latin aeneus of copper or bronze, from aes copper, bronze — more at ore
First Known Use: 1901

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