Annual Report beginning:
BC AYN 2,600,696: 2nd/4 Yugas: Age of the Treta Yuga begins 1,296,000 years before the Age of the Dwapara Yuga in BC AYN 1,304,697.
1st/4 archetype prehistoric Ages: the Stone Age (אבנא) begins with the 1st/2 original Stone Ages called the Paleolithic (the other being Neolithic); Greek: παλαιος: palaios; “old;” and λιθος: lithos; “stone” for “old age of the stone.” Prehistoric is a term often used to describe the period before written history. Prehistoric Stone Age is distinguished by the development of the first stone tools. The further sub-divisions of the Paleolithic:
Lower Paleolithic covers the time of BC AYN 2,600,696 - BC AYN 296,697 and is represented by LeiGua (雷卦), see PI-9.3.3.
Middle Paleolithic covers the time of BC AYN 296,696 - BC AYN 37,497 and is represented by ShuiGua (水卦), see PI-9.3.1.
Upper Paleolithic covers the time of BC AYN 37,496 – BC AYN 11,357 and is represented by ShanGua (山卦), see PI-9.3.7. Mesolithic Age or “Middle Stone Age,” see BC AYN 11,356.
2nd/4 archetype species of genus Homo: early Homo habilis begins during the Age of the Treta Yuga.
- ↑ Daniel 2:35, Stone Age Wikipedia
- ↑ See Stone Ages PI-9.1.2
- ↑ See Stone Ages PI-9.1.1
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 See Stone Ages
- ↑ See Stone Ages PI-9.1.3