adjective neo·lith·ic \ˌnē-ə-ˈli-thik\

Definition of NEOLITHIC

capitalized :  of or relating to the latest period of the Stone Age characterized by polished stone implements
:  belonging to an earlier age and now outmoded

Examples of NEOLITHIC

  1. <my old manual typewriter now seems positively neolithic>

First Known Use of NEOLITHIC


Other Archaeology Terms

Attic, Byzantine, Paleolithic, cairn, core, flint, horizon, shard, stratum


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