|Although Lavardin is a small French village, it has a long and grand history that stretches back into pre-history. |
Neolithic Period (7000-2500 BC)
Archeological Digs have unearthed axes, arrowheads, tools and other artifacts. The fields around Lavardin are rich with flint. There are also many natural caves on its cliffs for shelter. This combination of resources made it a good place for Neolithic man to live.
Around 3000 BC: The first signs of agriculture and animal breeding in Lavardin.
History of Lavardin, France
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