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Updated: 10/11/2019
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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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