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Permanet ShelterBy: Zachary Horn and Nolan Gibbs
People of the Paleoithic age. lived in caves or tent-like shelters. These shelters were temporary because people in the paleolithic age constantly had to move to gather and hunt for food.
Houses were made in a rectangular shape with mud bricks and other resources like stones and sticks.
They had pit in the ground for cooking and storing food. They heated up mud bricks to cook.
It was safer, there was a more stable food supply. They could plant crops and have cattle to have more food.
We dug cooking pits in the floor to cook. It protected them from weather and animals and also made their life comfortable.
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