Comparison table: Mesolithic, Neolithic, Eneolithic

Mesolithic (X-VIII thousand. Years before BC. E.) Neolit (VII-V BC) Eneolit (IV-III BC.)
Tribal community Clan community, the emergence of tribes (unions of clans) Tribal community
Making throwing weapons (bow and arrow) The emergence of slash farming, the development of pottery, grinding, polishing, drilling, sawing were used for the manufacture of tools Manufacturing of tools from metal (copper and bronze) , the appearance of the potter’s wheel (IV millennium BC)
  Lyalovskaya Balakhna cultures Trypillian culture in Ukraine and Moldova, Yamnaya culture in Russia


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