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    The Neolithic Revolution was a fundamental change in the way people lived. The shift from hunting & gathering to agriculture led to permanent settlements‚ the establishment of social classes‚ and the eventual rise of civilizations. The Neolithic Revolution is a major turning point in human history. Great Discoveries About 10‚000 BCE‚ humans began to cultivate crops and domesticate certain animals. This was a change from the system of hunting and gathering that had sustained humans from earliest

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    Neolithic From Wikipedia‚ the free encyclopedia An array of Neolithic artifacts‚ including bracelets‚ axe heads‚ chisels‚ and polishing tools. Neolithic stone implements are by definition polished and‚ except for specialty items‚ not chipped. The Neolithic This box: view talk edit ↑ Mesolithic Fertile crescent Levantine corridor Heavy Neolithic Shepherd Neolithic Trihedral Neolithic Qaraoun culture Tahunian culture

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  • Neolithic Tae

    IIJIINJIThe Neolithic Revolution The most important technological development ever to occur in human history was the domestication of plants (agriculture) and animals (pastoralism). Together these developments are called the Neolithic Revolution and they allowed the development of urban centers (towns and‚ later‚ cities)‚ trade and most of the other things we consider to be components of "civilization." When and how did this most important event occur? The Neolithic Revolution occurred first

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  • Neolithic Revolution

    William Choi 9/5/10 P.6 Neolithic Revolution The Neolithic revolution is when agriculture started‚ also know as the Agriculture revolution. The men and women transitioned from being a nomadic hunting and gathering society to an agricultural community. This transition started to occur during 10‚000 B.C.E. Before the Neolithic revolution‚ women were more matriarchal‚ during the Neolithic revolution‚ men and women had the same amount of work‚ after the Neolithic revolution‚ men were more patriarchal

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  • Neolithic Paper

    The Paleolithic and Neolithic ages both had many great technological advances and were similar to each other that helped them economically. But they also differ in many ways. One example of this is the difference in the way people acted‚ in the Paleolithic age people acted savage and barbaric‚ while in the Neolithic age people acted more civilized and well mannered. One economical similarity is that agriculture played huge role in where people lived in both time periods. There are many similarities

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  • Neolithic Revolution

    AP World History Mrs. Hummel 8/29/13 Neolithic Revolution The Neolithic Revolution occurred around 5‚000 BC. This was when the first humans went from just hunting and gathering food to growing it. It was when agriculture first started. There were many important factors leading to the Neolithic Revolution. Some examples are environmental changes‚ food sources and population growth. Environmental changes are the most important factor of the Neolithic Revolution. Warm weather caused ice age

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  • The Neolithic Revolution

    The Neolithic Revolution One of the biggest turning points in history was the Neolithic Revolution. This was the transition from the Paleolithic period of history to the Neolithic period. The major point was the agricultural part. This made it possible for villages to be built. Because of that‚ people stopped being nomads. This was the biggest point of the Neolithic Revolution. Before the Neolithic Revolution‚ people were nomadic and moved around from place to place following food. Their source

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  • The Neolithic People

    Agriculture had many effects on the way of life of the Neolithic people. The Neolithic people produced their own food through farming and domestication. They farmed grain crops such as wheat‚ rye‚ and barley. They also domesticated their own animals. The first animals they domesticated were the wolf/dog‚ sheep‚ goat‚ pigs‚ and cows. They domesticated those animals because they were easily fed‚ they bred/grew fast and produced a lot‚ they recognized human dominance‚ and they had pleasant behavior

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  • The Neolithic Revolution

    An important turning point in world history that affected everyone was the Neolithic Revolution. The Neolithic Revolution began in Southwest Asia and occurred between 8000 B.C.E – 4000 B.C.E. The Neolithic Revolution is an important turning point in history because it allowed people to create civilization. These civilizations were allowed to come to form because of the change in weather from freezing cold to

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  • Paleolithic and Neolithic

    and Neolithic eras were in different periods of time even though they had similarities and differences in social‚ economic‚ and political areas. The Paleolithic era or “old stone age” the cultural period of the Stone Age that began about 2.5 to 2 million years ago‚ marked by the earliest use of tools made of chipped stone. The principle of the characteristic of the Stone Age was that human being hunted wild animals or gather edible products of naturally grown animals for food. The Neolithic era

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