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Unformatted text preview: Sheets of ice b. Periods of glacial and interglacial alternated in history 7. Sexual division of labor a.i. Hunting a.ii. Gathering a.iii. Dominance a.iv. Cooperation a.v. Sharing b. Sexual division of labor was characteristic of the prehistoric man 8. Handaxe a.i. Tool a.ii. Stone a.iii. Teardrop-shaped a.iv. Bifacial a.v. Point b. Handaxes were all-purpose tools 9. Cleaver a.i. Tool a.ii. Stone a.iii. Broad a.iv. Big a.v. Gouge b. Cleavers were like handaxes except with broad lead edges 10. Burin a.i. Tool a.ii. Stone a.iii. Planing a.iv. Engraving a.v. Small b. Burins were smaller than cleavers and handaxes and were used in a more artistic rather than practical way...
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