Campignian

adjective
Cam·pi·gnian | \ (ˈ)kam¦pēnyən \

Definition of Campignian 

: of or relating to a late Mesolithic or early Neolithic culture characterized by coarse pottery, hewn stones, milling stones, and some indication of plant raising and domestic animals

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History and Etymology for Campignian

Campigny, town in northern France + English -ian

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