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The Paleolithic was the earliest part of the Stone Age, when early human beings made chipped-stone tools.Ancient man also used bones, horns and the incisors of large animals as tools. The oldest prehistoric artefacts in Mongolia are the stone tools found in Tsagaan agui or White Cave in Bayanhongor aimag, which date back to nearly 800,000 BCE.

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  • Title: Stone tool
  • Date: Paleolithic Period (800,000 – 120,000 BCE)
  • Location: Tsagaan agui (White Cave), Bayanlig sum, Bayankhongor aimag

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