Definition of paleotechnic
1 : belonging to or concerned with ancient art
2 : of, relating to, or constituting a period of industrial development marked by the predominance of hand tools and craft industries or by complex industries based on the use of coal and iron — compare neotechnic
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Origin and Etymology of paleotechnic
pale- + technic
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