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  • What does Prehistoric mean?
  • Prehistoric or Prehistorya (Latin, præ = first + Greek, ιστορία = history), the period before mankind’s writing.
  • Prehistoric periods are investigated by archeology. The length of the post-historic period varies according to the region. This period, which began to occur 2 million years ago in some regions, is the longest period of mankind.
  • The first article is about the same order in Mesopotamia and Egypt. It started to be used in early 3000s.

 

  • Prehistory Ages (Prehistoric)
Stone Age Old Stone Age
Chipped Stone Age
Paleolitik Age
 2.5 million years- BC 12000
Middle Stone Age
Mesolithic Age in Europe
Epipalaeolithic in Early Asia
BC 12000 – BC 9000
Polished Stone Age
Neolithic Culture Stage
BC 9000 – BC 5500
Copper Revolution
Copper Stone Age
Chalcolithic Age
Mine Stone Age
Early Chalcolithic BC 5000 – BC 3000
Middle Chalcolithic
Late Chalcolithic

 

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  • Prehistoric Animal List – Catogry & names
  • 1 Vertebrates
  • 1.1 Mammals (Mammalia)
  • Whales (Cetacea)
  • Even-toed ungulates (Artiodactyla)
  • Marsupials (Marsupialia)
  • Carnivores (Carnivora)
  • Armadillos, glyptodonts and pampatheres (Cingulata)
  • Hedgehogs, gymnures, shrews, and moles (Erinaceomorpha and Soricomorpha)
  • Rabbits, hares, and pikas (Lagomorpha)
  • Cimolestids (Cimolesta)
  • Odd-toed ungulates (Perissodactyla)
  • Anteaters and sloths (Pilosa)
  • Primates (Primata)
  • Elephants, mammoths, and mastodons (Proboscidea)
  • Rodents (Rodentia)
  • Astrapotherians (Astrapotheria)
  • Sirenians (Sirenia)
  • Arsinoitheres (Arsinoitheriidae)
  • Condylarths (Condylarthra)
  • Dinoceratans (Dinocerata)
  • Desmostylians (Desmostylia)
  • Litopterns (Litopterna)
  • Notoungulates (Notoungulata)
  • Oxyaenids (Oxyaenidae)
  • Hyaenodontids (Hyaenodontidae)
  • Mesonychids (Mesonychia)
  • 1.2 Non-mammal synapsids (Synapsida)
  • 1.3 Reptiles (Reptilia)
  • Crocodiles and relatives (Crocodylomorpha)
  • Lizards and snakes (Squamata)
  • Plesiosaurs
  • Plesiosauroids (Plesiosauroidea)
  • Pliosauroids (Pliosauroidea)
  • Ichthyosaurs (Ichthyosauria)
  • Turtles and tortoises (Testudines)
  • Pareiasaurs (Pareiasauridae)
  • Phytosaurs (Phytosauria)
  • Pterosaurs (Pterosauria)
    Prehistoric Animals

    Prehistoric Animals

  • 1.4 Non-avian dinosaurs (Dinosauria)
  • Sauropods (Sauropoda)
  • Theropods (Theropoda)
  • Armoured dinosaurs (Thyreophora)
  • Ceratopsians (Ceratopsia)
  • Ornithopods (Ornithopoda)
  • 1.5 Birds (Aves)
  • Waterfowl (Anseriformes)
  • Shorebirds (Charadriiformes)
  • Storks and allies (Ciconiiformes)
  • Pigeons (Columbiformes)
  • Hesperornithines (Hesperornithes)
  • Diatrymas (Gastornithiformes)
  • Teratorns (Teratornithidae)
  • Phorusrhacids (Phorusrhacidae)
  • Accipitriforms (Accipitriformes)
  • Gamebirds (Galliformes)
  • Songbirds (Passeriformes)
  • Cormorants and allies (Pelecaniformes)
  • Bony-toothed birds (Odontopterygiformes)
  • Woodpeckers and allies (Piciformes)
  • Parrots (Psittaciformes)
  • Penguins (Sphenisciformes)
  • Owls (Strigiformes)
  • 1.6 Amphibians (Amphibia)
  • Frogs (Anura)
  • Diadectomorpha
  • Anthracosauria
  • Temnospondyli
  • 1.7 Bony fish (Osteichthyes)
  • Placoderms (Placodermi)
  • Lobe-finned fish (Sarcopterygii)
  • Ray-finned fish (Actinopterygii)
  • Ichthyodectid (Ichthyodectidae)
  • 1.8 Cartilaginous fish (Chondrichthyes)
  • Mackerel sharks (Lamniformes)
  • Symmoriid (Symmoriida)
  • Eugenedont (Eugeneodontida)
  • Hybodontiform (Hybodontiformes)
  • 2 Arthropods (Arthropoda)
  • 2.1 Dinocaridida
  • Radiodont (Radiodonta)
  • 2.2 Chelicerata
  • Eurypterids (Eurypterida)
  • Arachnids (Arachnida)
  • 2.3 Myriapoda
  • 2.4 Trilobitomorpha
  • Trilobites (Trilobita)
  • 2.5 Insects (Insecta)
  • Sawflies, wasps, bees, ants and allies (Hymenoptera)
  • Protodonata
  • Siphonaptera
  • Palaeodictyoptera
  • Dictyoptera
  • 3 Molluscs (Mollusca)
  • 3.1 Gastropods (Gastropoda)
  • Snails and slugs (Gastropoda)
  • 3.2 Bivalves (Bivalvia)
  • Bivalves (Bivalvia)
  • 3.3 Cephalopods (Cephalopoda)
  • Ammonites (Ammonoidea)
  • Belemnites (Belemnoidea)
  • Nautiloids (Nautiloidea)
  • Neocoleoidea
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