NCERT History Class 6 – Notes of Chapter 2: On The Trail of The Earliest People

  • Factory sites is a center for stone and people made tools.

  • People lived at Habitation-cum-factory for longer attractions of time at the factory and did production work.

  • Kurnool Site (Andhra Pradesh) was well known for bits of ash and this advises that people were used to with the use of fire.

     Kurnool site in Map

    Image of Kurnool Site Map

    Kurnool site in Map

  • Paleolithic was known as age of stone tools about 12,000 years ago. It is divided into the Lower, Middle and Upper Paleolithic and almost covers 99% of human history.

  • Mesolithic was known for environmental changes with stone tools that are tiny (microliths) - stuck on to handles of bone or wood to make tools like saws and sickles about 10,000 years ago.

  • During Paleolithic period at Patne (Maharashtra) a large quantities shells were found and these designs were engraved on some pieces.

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