Copper-age



noun
1.
a cultural period intermediate between the Neolithic and the Bronze ages, marked by the development and use of copper tools.
noun

a short prehistoric period after the Stone Age and preceding the Bronze Age, when some tools and weapons were made of copper; the transition from the Copper to Bronze Age is difficult to fix; also called chalcolithic age

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