1st period social studies
created on 10/22/18
Hi my name is kleo and this is ninja we are going to show you how it was like 2.6 million years ago to around 9,600 B.C.E
most people had small structures because they moved a lot. They lived mostly in caves or tent like structures they were temporary
They mostly were hunter gatherers which made them move a lot they were called nomads
they got in groups of 20 to 60 but then people started farming which lead to towns and villages like Jericho and Catal Hoyuk
After a while they began new jobs like basket makers, toolmakers, traders, and weavers. farmers learned to grow more than 14 kinds of food plants.
other villages weren't so lucky they had not a nof land for the village so they moved south to the hard dry sand but when it flooded from two rivers it brought precious water to the land but the need to grow food people moved out of the foothills and onto the plains
hi im jake and this is myth were going to talk about the neolithic age which was about 9,600 B.C.E. to around 1,200 B.C.E
had more permanent homes made of mud bricks that dried.
the lower class was made up of slaves who lived on their owners property and own nothing
the upper level consists of priests, landowners, and government officials. the middle class consisted of merchants, artisans, and metalworkers. also the middle class had farmers and fishers, farmers had to serve in war also.
farming was hard for them
planting crops was difficult so farmers figured a way to make it easier for example they made a plow
trade was important they traded things they did not have in their village mostly concerned with was plants, animals, and other resources. traders mostly looked for flint and obsidian.