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Come on we have to move and find a new animal herd. The food is getting scarce again.
Okay let's go, I do wish we could make a better permanent home but we have to follow the food.
Whoa! Who made this beautiful masterpiece?
Wow! This is incredible.
I made this house. I have spare time to work on building houses ever since my buddy and I started farming.
How do you make these buildings?
Well, my buddy here works on the gathering and hunting while I make the buildings. I use mud bricks and pound them together to make these walls.
During the Paleolithic age, people use to live in caves or in rough, tent like structures. Once people started to settle down to farm in the Neolithic age, they were able to make permanent houses.
People who started farming were able to work on their houses. They didn't have to move around and follow animal herds.
In the Neolithic age, people were able to focus on building skills while their buddies did the hunting. They made permanent houses made out of mud bricks that have been packed together. Sometimes people added stones and tree branches to strengthen the mud.
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