Grevenbroekmuseum

(Neo = new Lithos = stone)

 

 

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After roaming through nature for thousands of years, man had acquired a wealth of knowledge. Then, a new step forward was taken by man in the Middle East about 12,000 years ago: man became a farmer. It was not necessary for him anymore to hunt and follow wild animals and he settled near his fields, his crops and his livestock. This new life-style entailed new inventions like: ceramics, agricultural implements, weaving, the wheel...neoli2

The museum covers the epoch during which man realizes a revolutionary breakthrough, namely the introduction of agriculture. This period is called the Neolithic, a timespan in which stone is still being used as raw material for the manufacture of implements. You can see polished axes, winged arrow-heads, spears, the earliest pottery, and agricultural tools like the sickle and a grinding stone.


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