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The Life of Neolithic Nick and Nel By: Matthew Strickert
In Paleolithic times people used to move from place to place to follow herds of animals they did not have permanent shelters because if this so they lived in caves or tent like structures.
We used mud and mud bricks to make our permanent shelters. Also in places that were weak we added sticks and stones to strengthen them.;
As we learned to farm we made permanent shelters.
With the permanent shelters we learned new ways to cook and store food.
To cook and store food we dug pits in the ground in the shelters. The pits used for cooking were lined with clay.
We also had a stable food supply so we could feed everyone.
Since we lived in permanent shelters we were able to live communities.
With permanent shelters we were safer. We were more safe from predators, attackers and storms.
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