geo y historia
Updated: 4/14/2021
geo y historia

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  • What is the neolithic?
  • The Neolithic revolution was after writing began, they began to harvest and began to believe in religions.
  • The neolithic revolution.
  • I am going to bring the harvest to my family.
  • What tools did they use?
  • HELP, WE ARE ATTACKED!
  • The Neolithic is the last of the periods into which the Stone Age is considered divided. This period began between 10,000 BC and 7000 BC, according to the different cultures that reached it and lasted until 3000 BC. The Neolithic period begins with the appearance of agriculture and ends with the appearance of writing.
  • how they lived and the cave paintings.
  • The Neolithic Revolution was a crucial change in the ways of life of humanity, in which one goes from a nomadic lifestyle to a sedentary one, which also entails an economic transformation, from a collecting economy to an economy producer.
  • How did they get their food and what did they do with the animals?
  • I adore my new pets
  • How good is my harvest
  • The most characteristic Neolithic tools are polished stone tools for carrying out new activities: sickles, hoes and plows, among others. Mortars were also made to grind the cereals.
  • Neolithic clothing
  • If it's precious, I've had mine for a year.
  • Neolithic man devoted himself to herding, without ceasing to be a hunter, which was undoubtedly the most effective means of attending to his subsistence.In the Levantine area of ​​the Iberian Peninsula, important samples of Rock Art corresponding to the Neolithic period have been found. They are paintings made with flat inks, where there is no mixture of color, with animal, human and sign themes.
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  • The Neolithic man of the Alps consumed the meat of deer, mountain goat, wild boar, as well as wild vegetables and fruits, Moorish wheat, barley, flax and poppy seeds. All these components were part of the delicacies that the participants in this symposium tasted. In these times they already had pets and domesticated them.
  • They dressed in the skins of their venatorial victims and used to sew them bone needles such as those discovered in Madelaine, Langerie Basse and Lourdes, adorning themselves with shell necklaces and pieces of colored.
  • Do you like my new outfit?