Neolithic VS. Paleolithic
Updated: 1/18/2020
Neolithic VS. Paleolithic
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  • Neolithic shelter
  • Neolithic food
  • Neolithic community
  • we went from this...
  • to this.
  • stone or brick fireplace, which was used to warm the house and to cook. At the beginning of the period, homes were usually one room, but towards the end, they were often multi-roomed
  • Neolithic Jobs
  • Not here in the Mediterranean sea
  • Plants like wheat, barley, rice, squash, and corn, as well as animals like cattle, pigs, sheep, and chickens. During this period, humans began domesticating plants such as wheat, barley, lentils, flax and, eventually, all crops grown.
  • Neolithic Trade
  • The first Neolithic communities lived in densely built settlements and numbered 50-300 individuals. but in Middle Neolithic, the basic unit of society was the clan or extended family that consisted of parents, children, grandparents and other close kinship.
  • The End
  • During the Neolithic times, people would trade, farm, and do specific jobs. People would do jobs such as basket weaving, building homes, weaving, and tool making. They got good at their jobs because they could focus on one thing.
  • Just doing my job
  • The trade that did occur tended to be limited. In the Neolithic Age, trade among settlements in the Near East and Mediterranean Sea grew. One resource that was widely traded was the black, volcanic glass called obsidian.
  • Trade was limited here
  • That's it folks
  • Lets see how it all came to life with our ancestors
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