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Lesson 3
Updated: 10/1/2020
Lesson 3
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  • Homosapiens first spread into the world over thousands of years.
  • Farming changed how humans lived, some communities became reliant on farming for food, this time is called the neolithic era.
  • Stone Age Art tells us that Stone Age people had the will and motivation to create. As well as being capable to have complex thoughts and actions.
  • Why is there so much
  • Stone Age Religion involved burying the dead along with artifacts, and believed that the natural world was filled with spirits. They would honor the animals they had to kill and ask for forgiveness.
  • The rocks are a burial site
  • Im just going to grad whatever looks best
  • does this look edible hmmmmm
  • People began to prep the land for food (planting seeds and fertilizing the soil). The Domestication of Plants and Animals started the Neolithic Agricultural Revolution. Main food sources became wheat, rice, and maize. As for animals people domesticated goats, pigs, dogs, and cattle.
  • Farmers used tools like axes and sickles to cut down trees and harvest grain.
  • This sickle helps a alot
  • The ax helps a lot
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