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When I started editing Wikipedia, my original intention was to vandalise the Neolithic architecture page. The introduction has since been changed, but I thought I should put it back here: it is a very good example of useless redundancy. Please avoid this style (if I find something like this, I will change it). So here it is:
Neolithic architecture is the architecture of the Neolithic period. To compare, modern architecture is architecture of the modern period, or, for another example, Medieval architecture is architecture of the Medieval period. Neolithic architecture is most probably a derivative of Paleolithic architecture, architecture of the Paleolithic period. Once again, to compare, Roman architecture, architecture of the Roman period, is highly probably a derivative of Greek architecture, architecture of the Greek period. Both Neolithic architecture and Paleolithic architecture are forms of Ancient architecture, architecture of the ancient period.
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