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Peleolithic Food Supply
Neolithic food Supply
People in Paleolithic Age used mud bricks, stones and tree branches to strength the walls and roof. The shelters were temporary because hunters-gathers were nomads who had to move often in order to follow the wild animal herds or new plants to eat.
Communities were small because people wondered from place to place in search of food but when they began growing food they settle to farms.
The houses were built with mud bricks packed together to build houses that were rectangular in shape. They had several rooms that had places to store food built into the floor.
They started to grow food and divide up work. They had more time for energy and activities. They could invent new ways of making their lives more comfortable and much safer.
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