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What was the Paleothic Age?
Old Stone Age
In North America the average age that people attain is about 80 years. Middle age is therefor about 30 to 50. It was a joke on the old "Sanford and Son" TV show that the suppo…sition that you were middle aged when you reached late 50's to 60's is based on the fact that you expect to live to be 120 or so. Answer: More like 45 - 65 or something
The Iron age.
I - Discovery age - free II - Colonial age - 800 food III - Fortress age - 1200 food, 1000 gold IV - Industrial age - 2000 food, 1200 gold V - Imperial… age - 4000 food, 4000 gold
35 if family history. Otherwise 40.
3 years of age in a state/province in eastern china
Ages and ages and ages means a really long time.
"Dead Age"-is the age where the technology stops.....
Ag is the chemical element symbol for the Silver, atomic number 47 and it's a transitional element.
physical age would be the the age that you look and could be based on your health habits. chronological age would be like your actual age going up 1,2,3,4....and so on.
the new stone age is Neolithic, the middle stone age is Mesolithic, and the old stone age is called Paleolithic.
For women, 35 to 45. For men, 45 to 55.
In Stone Age
The Bronze Age followed the Stone Age. The Bronze Age started approximately 3300 BC and lasted until 1200 BC. In the Near East the stone age is followed by the copper age, or …Chalcolithic.
Actually our chromosomes duplicate until we run out of duplicating so then we die.... if you need more specifics go to ASAPscience on youtube about aging
In Roman Empire
What "Golden Age" do you mean? There have been many. Assuming that you are asking about the Golden Age of Greece, it applies to Athens, and lasted about 200 years, from the …defeat of the Persian Empire in 546 to about 300 BCE. This was the fime frame in which the Parthenon was built, and Athens set the example for Philosophy, Theatre, Sports, Oratory, and Government. However, during this time Athens became a tyrannical empire builder, due to the fact that the land around Athens was not good for growing grain, and Athens needed wheat. Eventually the other Greek city states became tired of Athens, and Sparta defeated it in what has become known as the Peloponnesian Wars, which began in 441 BCE, and ended about 400 BCE. After that Sparta and Athens became allies. The Roman Empire took over from there, and eventually conquered Greece in the battle of Corinth in 168 BCE. The Roman Empire lasted until 410 CE, when the Visigoths from Northern Italy broke through Roman defenses and sacked the city. After that came the Dark Ages in Europe, though the East was flowering.