Why was copper used in the Copper Age?

Copper was a durable metal as compared to stone tools or weapons. Stone would shatter on hard impact and could not be sharpened as copper weapons could. Weapons made from copper were more efficient to use, thus making it the most widely used metal post the New Stone Age.

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