Chronological framework of the Early Paleolithic.

The Early Paleolithic spans a time span from 3 million years ago to 300 thousand years ago. During this period of time, primitive humanoid individuals existed on earth, starting with Australopithecus and ending with Sinatropes. At the beginning of the Paleolithic, man practically did not differ from ape. True, even at the end of the early Paoleolithic, as such, there were no cardinal changes. Ancient man was still very primitive. Only at the turn of the Early and Middle Paleolithic, a more advanced species appeared on earth – the Neanderthal.

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