Who among the following cultures were the first to paint their pottery?

Who among the following cultures were the first to paint their pottery?

A. Mesolithic

B. Chalcolithic

C. Neolithic

D. Iron Age

Answer: Chalcolithic

Explanation: Chalcolithic cultures were the first to paint their pottery. The Chalcolithic or Copper Age is the transitional period between the Neolithic and the Bronze Age. It is taken to begin around the mid-5th millennium BC, and ends with the beginning of the Bronze Age proper, in the late 4th to 3rd millennium BC, depending on the region.

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