Earliest Hominid Evidence. Paleolithic - Old Stone Age.
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Slide 1Earliest Hominid EvidencePaleolithic - Old Stone AgePaleolithic Old Stone AgeWhat would be a way to produce more food . . . . . . . . . . . . .that wouldnt require moving all the time?People subsisted by hunting and gatheringNeolithic Revolution New Stone AgeHumans started settling down in towns and cities, farming, and domesticating animalsNew Stone AgeNeolithic=Before towns and cities can develop - A surplus of food is necessary. Why?So that people can specialize in trades other than farmingCASH CROPCrop grown mainly for the purpose of sale/trade
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