The Stone Age Old Stone Age Paleolithic Age 2,500,000 to 8000 BCE Made stone chopping tools Hunter-gatherers Humans migrated across the globe End of the.
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The Stone AgeNeolithic Village: Skara Brae in ScotlandAgriculture Around the WorldThink: What could be some of the consequences of farming? What are some of the consequences of farming?Pros ConsProduced more food and required less land than huntingMore people were able to build permanent settlementsProvided new sources of material for clothing Planting crops and herding animals took a great deal of timeFarming was uncertain. If crops failed, families could starveNomads sometimes attacked villages to steal food.Clearing areas for farming could lead to deforestation, clearing an area of treesThe Effects of FarmingCatalhoyukOne of the worlds very first permanent settlementsPopulated more than 8,000 years agoLocated in what is now TurkeyPopulation of approximately 6,500 people1,000 dwellings crammed togetherNo need for complex governmentNo streets people climbed out through ladders in their ceilingsSupported by agriculture and animal domesticationBarley, peas, wheatCattle, sheepFamous because it is so well-preservedTrivia: The oldest-known village in the world existed in Jericho (in modern-day Israel) in 9000 BCE.:CatalhoyukTypical Catal Huyuk interior (restoration).Mother goddess from Catal Huyuk.Wall mural of Catal Huyuk.What would be the pros and cons of living in a settled community?Pros ConsWhy Live in a Settled Community?Image courtesy of Wikipedia: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/31/Orkney_Skara_Brae.jpg*Images courtesy of Wikipedia: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2c/Catal_H%C3%BCy%C3%BCk_Restauration_B.JPG ; http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7d/Ankara_Muzeum_B19-36.jpg ; http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c2/Museum_of_Anatolian_Civilizations003.jpg*
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Early Human Life. The Stone Age What is the Stone Age? Stone Age is Divided Into Three Ages: Paleolithic Age Mesolithic Age Neolithic Age.
Early Periods of History. Paleolithic Age (2,500,000 – 10,000 BC) Also called the “Old Stone Age” Hunters and Gatherers for survival Nomadic (moved from.
A) The Stone Age: Pre-History Ancient History - Ancient History A) The Stone Age: Pre-History Early man used tools of stone therefore known as Stone Age. The Paleolithic period or old stone age (500000 BC ...
Mr. Korinek 7 th Grade Social Studies. The Stone Age Humans discovered farming toward the end of the Stone Age. “Stone Age” got its name because it.
Prehistory – River Valley Civilizations. I. Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) (2 million to 12000 BCE) A.As humans progressed, advanced humans … B.Mostly hunters/gatherers.
People of the Old Stone Age Hunters & Gatherers People of the Old Stone Age Hunters & Gatherers Aim: What are the characteristics of the Paleolithic Age?
Paleolithic or Old Stone Age: 12,000 to 9,000 B.C.dvd. for Ancient Britain - Stonehenge to the Celtic Iron Age Hill Forts Paleolithic or Old Stone Age: 12,000 to 9,000 B.C. The last Ice Age ends.
3.2 Paleolithic Age (Old Stone Age)… 2 million y.a. – 8000 BCE Hunter-gatherers Always looking for food Used caves for shelter Neolithic Age (New Stone.
Paleolithic & Neolithic Periods THE STONE AGE Paleolithic or Old Stone Age dates from the first stone tool makers (approx. 2 million BCE to about 10,000.
The Stone Ages Paleolithic - Old Stone Age: 2,500,000 B.C. to 8,000 B.C. Neolithic – New Stone Age: 8,000 to 4,000 B.C.
THE STONE AGE - STONE AGE The stone age is divided into : Paleolithic(“old stone”) Neolithic(“new stone”).
The Paleolithic Age - Hazleton Area High ??Paleolithic Age – “Old Stone Age”, period when humans lived in bands and were hunters and gatherers •Home Territory – The area where a band of
The Beginnings of Human Society Prehistory. Section 2 - Prehistory The Stone Age The Stone Age began when humans first made tools out of stone. This happened.
Stone Age – Early period of human history Because most of the tools and weapons were made from stone Paleolithic = Old Stone Age Began roughly 2.5.
What was the Stone Age? Fun Stone Age Facts for was the Stone Age? The Stone Age was the period of time when people made and used stone tools and before they began working with metal. The Stone Age ...
Prehistoric Art Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) 40,000 BCE – 8,000(Near East) or 4,000 (Europe)BCE Neolithic (New Stone Age) 8,000 (Near East) or 4,000 (Europe)BCE.
The Stone Age By Joshua Smith. What Was The Stone Age? The Stone Age is the name given to the earliest period of humans when stone tools were first used.