Paleolithic and Neolithic Age
The Paleolithic Age to the Neolithic Age evolved greatly over time. Many changes and continuities occurred between the two eras. From the Paleolithic Age to the Neolithic Age, the way of food changed from hunting and gathering to agriculture means ways while the use of stone tools for hunting remained the same.
During the Paleolithic Age, the primary food source was that of which the paleolithic people caught. To capture and eat their food, the humans used a technique called hunting and gathering. To hunt and gather their game, the humans traveled in groups. These groups consisted of their closest family members including aunts, uncles, and in-laws. The main reason behind this was to form a large group for protection. The humans battled long travels to obtain their food. They followed their food during the migration seasons. The humans could not permanently settle in one specific area because of migration. The people had to go where the food went. They lived this lifestyle because seeds and wild fruit were not bountiful because of the Ice Age and at the time, and hunting and gathering was their only option. In addition to the Paleolithic hunters endurance to survive, trading goods and needs amongst other groups was necessary. On a much larger scale, we still use this Paleolithic idea for trading goods and needs today across the world.
From the Paleolithic Age to the Neolithic Age, a lifestyle changed occurred greatly when it came to a food source. The Neolithic people adopted the ways of agriculture making it the Agricultural Revolution. The boost of agriculture uprising started after the end of the last Ice Age. The Ice Age melted all the life and soon life became mobile. The transition to find were agriculture uprooted from is done by the nature of plants themselves1. With this new system, the humans no longer had to follow their food or travel great distances. They could permanently settle in one area and harvest their...
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