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[[Fasciculus:Luni sul Mignone monumental building.jpg|thumb|[[Aedificium]] grande ad Luni sul Mignone [[Blera]]e [[Italia]]e, circa [[3500 a.C.n.]]]]
[[Fasciculus:Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte Berlin 031.jpg|thumb|Vasa restibus ornata, facta ab hominibus [[cultura]]e cuiusdam [[Europa]]e neolithicae, Opus figlinum chordata dictae; verisimiliter homines huius culturae [[Linguae Indoeuropaeae|linguis Indoeuropaeis]] loquebantur, praecipue parentibus linguarum [[Linguae Germanicae|Germanicarum]], [[Linguae Celticae|Celticarum]], [[Linguae Slavicae|Slavicarum]], [[Linguae Balticae|Balticarum]].]]
 
'''Aevum praehistoricum''' (a [[Latine|Latino]] ''prae'' + [[Graece|Graeco]] ιστορία '[[res gestae]]') est [[spatium]] [[tempus|temporis]] ante [[historia|historiam relatam]] [[scriptura|artisque scribendi]] inventam, cum [[historia]] coepisse habetur.<ref>Colin Renfrew, ''Prehistory: The Making of the Human Mind'' (Novi Eboraci: Modern Library, 2008).</ref> Notio praehistoriae per [[Aevum Illuminationis]] oriri coepit in operibus [[antiquarianus|antiquarianorum]] qui [[vocabulum]] ''primitivas'' adhibere solebant ad [[societas humana|societates]] quae ante relata scripta fuerant.<ref>Matthew Daniel Eddy, [https://www.academia.edu/1112084/The_Line_of_Reason_Hugh_Blair_Spatiality_and_the_Progressive_Structure_of_Language_Notes_and_Records_of_the_Royal_Society_65_2011_9-24|doi=10.1098/rsnr.2010.0098 "The Line of Reason: Hugh Blair, Spatiality and the Progressive Structure of Language,"] ''Notes and Records of the Royal Society'' (2011) 65:9–24.</ref> Primus autem ''prehistory,'' vocabuli [[Anglice|Anglici]], usus in ''Foreign Quarterly Review'' anno [[1836]] factus est.<ref>Matthew Daniel Eddy,
'''Aevum praehistoricum''' (a [[Latine|Latino]] ''prae'' + [[Graece|Graeco]] ιστορία '[[res gestae]]'), etiam '''historia ante [[littera]]s scriptas''' appellata,<ref>{{cite web|date=1973|title=Prehistory as a Kind of History|url=https://www.jstor.org/stable/202691|accessdate=8 Augusti 2020}}.</ref> est [[spatium]] [[tempus|temporis]] inter usum primorum [[instrumentum lapideum|instrumentorum lapideorum]] ab [[homininae|homininis]] (abhinc annorum 3.3 [[millio]]nes fere) et [[systema scribendi|systemata scribendi]] primum excogitata, vel ut dicitur ante [[historia|historiam relatam]] [[scriptura|artisque scribendi]] inventam, cum [[historia]] propria coepisse habeatur.<ref>Colin Renfrew, ''Prehistory: The Making of the Human Mind'' (Novi Eboraci: Modern Library, 2008).</ref> Usus [[symbolus|symbolorum]], notarum, et [[imago|imaginum]] paene ab ineunte inter homines erat, sed prima systemata scribendi nota abhinc annorum 5300 fere apparuerunt, quae autem aliquot [[mille|milia]] annorum late nondum asciscebantur. Usus systemum scribendi in nonnullis [[cultura|culturis]] solum [[saeculum 19|saeculo undevicensimo]] adhiberi coeperunt, et in paucis, ne usque ad [[praesens]] quidem fit. Finis ergo praehistoriae pervariis temporibus in variis locis fiebat, qua pro causa hoc [[vocabulum]] minus in [[societas humana|societatibus humanis]] describendis ubi praehistoria nuper finivit adhibetur.
[https://www.academia.edu/1130650/The_Prehistoric_Mind_as_a_Historical_Artefact_Notes_and_Records_of_the_Royal_Society_65_2011_1-8|doi=10.1098/rsnr.2010.0097 "The Prehistoric Mind as a Historical Artefact,"] ''Notes and Records of the Royal Society'' (2011), 65:1–8.</ref>
 
'''Aevum praehistoricum''' (a [[Latine|Latino]] ''prae'' + [[Graece|Graeco]] ιστορία '[[res gestae]]') est [[spatium]] [[tempus|temporis]] ante [[historia|historiam relatam]] [[scriptura|artisque scribendi]] inventam, cum [[historia]] coepisse habetur.<ref>Colin Renfrew, ''Prehistory: The Making of the Human Mind'' (Novi Eboraci: Modern Library, 2008).</ref> Notio praehistoriae per [[Aevum Illuminationis]] oriri coepit in operibus [[antiquarianus|antiquarianorum]] qui [[vocabulum]] ''primitivas'' adhibere solebant ad [[societas humana|societates]] quae ante relata scripta fuerant.<ref>Matthew Daniel Eddy, [https://www.academia.edu/1112084/The_Line_of_Reason_Hugh_Blair_Spatiality_and_the_Progressive_Structure_of_Language_Notes_and_Records_of_the_Royal_Society_65_2011_9-24|doi=10.1098/rsnr.2010.0098 "The Line of Reason: Hugh Blair, Spatiality and the Progressive Structure of Language,"] ''Notes and Records of the Royal Society'' (2011) 65: 9–24.</ref> Primus autem ''prehistory,'' vocabuli [[Anglice|Anglici]], usus in ''Foreign Quarterly Review'' anno [[1836]] factus est.<ref>Matthew Daniel Eddy,
[https://www.academia.edu/1130650/The_Prehistoric_Mind_as_a_Historical_Artefact_Notes_and_Records_of_the_Royal_Society_65_2011_1-8|doi=10.1098/rsnr.2010.0097 "The Prehistoric Mind as a Historical Artefact,"] ''Notes and Records of the Royal Society'' (2011), 65: 1–8.</ref>
 
==Aetates==
[[Aetas Lapidea]] est tempus cum [[homo (genus)|homines]], [[metallum|metallis]] nondum notis, [[instrumentum rusticum|instrumenta]] ex [[lapis|lapidibus]] [[lapillus|lapillisque]] faciebantfacerent. Huic aetati sunt partes tres tribuuntur:
**[[Palaeolithicum]], quod est longissimum tempus, ab inventione usus lapidum: ''[[Homo rudolfensis]], [[Homo erectus]], [[Homo neanderthalensis]], [[Homo floresiensis]], [[Homo|Homo sapiens]]'' eo tempore vivebant.
**[[Mesolithicum]]
*[[Aetas Ferrea]] est praehistoricum vix in [[Europa Septentrionalis|Europa Septentrionali]], in [[Africa]], in [[Asia Orientalis|Asia Orientali]].
 
Intervallum ante [[Iesus Christus|Christum]] natum praecipue est:
*[[Palaeolithicum]], 40&thinsp;000–12&thinsp;000 a.C.n.
*[[Mesolithicum]], 12&thinsp;000–8000 a.C.n. (Mesopotamia)
*[[Neolithicum]], 8000–3500 vel [[3000 a.C.n.]] (prima scripturae inventio scripturaeprope estfinem inhuius finiaetatis hocfiebat)
*[[Aetas Aenea]], 3000–[[1200 a.C.n.]]
*[[Aetas Ferrea]], post [[1200 a.C.n.]]
*[[Biologia]]
*[[Communismus primitivus]]
*[[Evolutio]] humana
*[[Genetica molecularis]]
*[[Geologia]]
*[[Historiographia]]
*[[Holocaenum]]
*[[Linguistica]]
*[[Migratio]] praehistorica
*[[Palaeontologia]]
*[[Palynologia]]
 
==Notae==
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==Bibliographia==
 
==Nexus externi==
*[http://www.northpacificprehistory.com ''North Pacific Prehistory,''] ephemeris academica<!--specialising inde Northeastarchaeologia AsianAsiae andSeptentrionalis NorthOccidentalisque Americanet archaeology-->America Septentrionalis.
*[https://humanprehistory.wordpress.com/ Praehistoria humana] ([[blog]]).
*[http://www.neolithique.eu/index.html Praehistoria in Algeria et Maroco.]
*[http://sd71.bc.ca/sd71/school/courtmid/Library/subject_resources/socials/early_humans.htm Primi humani,] congeries fontium<!--for, studentsex fromBibliotheca theScholae CourtenayMediae Middle School Library-->Courtenayana.
*[http://www.science.ulster.ac.uk/cma/slan/ Submerged Landscapes Archaeological Network.]<!--
*[http://www.webcitation.org/query?url=http://www.geocities.com/patrickbringmans/veldwezelt-hezerwater.html&date=2009-10-26+00:15:13 Situs Neanderthalensis], Veldwezelt-Hezerwater, Belgium-->Belgii.
 
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