Paleolithic Period & Neolithic Period. Paleolithic = Old Stone Age 2 million B.C. to 10,000 B.C. The Paleolithic Age is a prehistoric era distinguished.
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- Paleolithic Period & Neolithic Period
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- Paleolithic = Old Stone Age 2 million B.C. to 10,000 B.C. The Paleolithic Age is a prehistoric era distinguished by the development of the first stone tools During the Paleolithic, humans grouped together in small societies such as bands and subsisted by gathering plants and hunting or scavenging wild animals.
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- The term Paleolithic was coined by archaeologist John Lubbock in 1865. It derives from Greek: palaios, "old"; and lithos, "stone", literally meaning "old age of the stone" or "Old Stone Age Hunters and Gatherers Handmade tools Made up of tribes and bands Religious believe in afterlife, special burials Wholly mammoths roamed the area
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- Neolithic Period New Stone Age Handmade tools Agriculture Domestication of plants and animals Greek neos=new, lithos=stone, or New Stone Age coined by John Lubbock Mainly in what is now the Middle East and India
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- First Neolithic Villages 1.Catalhuyuk mounds found in present Turkey ended about at the Bronze Age 2.Jericho Built between 10,000/9000 B.C. In today Israeli but controlled by Palestine. It is believed to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities of the world!
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- Jericho Through out much of her history, the ancient town of Jericho has been associated with walls. The most notable story of Jericho is that of Joshua, who according to Biblical accounts, caused the walls to "come tumbling down." The natural walls surrounding Jericho also are of historical importance to the ancient settlement. The original walls of Jericho are the result of seismographic activity producing a great rift extending from the Sea of Galilee to Northern Africa. The land in this region dropped some 3,000 feet and settled at least 900 feet below sea level. At this low elevation we find one of the oldest ancient urban dwellings of recorded history, Jericho.
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- Paleolithic Age I Neolithic Age Stone tools Bury their dead Clothes from skins of animals Fire Language Spear, bow & arrow Harpoons, fishhooks Lived in wood poles covered with skins Cave paintings Ice age Neanderthals World population around 2 million (approx) Domesticating animals Agriculture Animals for work Permanent settlements Jewelry Religion Trading Weaving cloth Cheese Kept recorders Wheel Calendar Larger populations why?
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