Permanent Shelters in the Neolithic Age

Permanent Shelters in the Neolithic Age
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  • Permanent Shelters in the Neolithic Age By:Lydia Slater
  • These shelters were temporary because people would always have to be moving to find more food to survive.  
  • People in the Paleolithic Age would live in caves or rough tent like structures.
  • In the Neolithic age, houses were built using mud and bricks packed together to make a rectangular shape
  •  we also use sticks and stones to make it stronger. 
  • Neolithic people dug holes in the ground and lined them with clay to cook and store there food. 
  • The development of permanent shelters is very important because instead of making more and more shelters all over the place to find food, people were able to stay in one place.
  • This also is very important because now we have a big and stable home that will keep us protected and make us feel comfortable. 
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