The neolithic revolution t chart[1]

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The neolithic revolution t chart[1]

  1. 1. The Neolithic RevolutionCauses Consequences:
  2. 2. The Neolithic RevolutionCauses Consequences:• Hunter-gatherer bands scattered seeds near campsites that resulted in the growth of new crops (10,000 years ago)
  3. 3. The Neolithic RevolutionCauses Consequences:• Hunter-gatherer bands scattered seeds near campsites that resulted in the growth of new crops (10,000 years ago)• Climate change- rising temperatures led to longer growing seasons and drier land.
  4. 4. The Neolithic RevolutionCauses Consequences:• Hunter-gatherer bands scattered seeds near campsites that resulted in the growth of new crops (10,000 years ago)• Climate change- rising temperatures led to longer growing seasons and drier land.• Growing populations led to a discovery of new food resources and a steady, reliable source of food.
  5. 5. The Neolithic RevolutionCauses Consequences:• Hunter-gatherer bands • Shift from food-gathering to scattered seeds near campsites that resulted in the growth of food-producing cultures lead new crops (10,000 years ago) to the establishment of• Climate change- rising permanent settlements and temperatures led to longer growing seasons and drier land. eventually to the first cities.• Growing populations led to a discovery of new food resources and a steady, reliable source of food.
  6. 6. The Neolithic RevolutionCauses Consequences:• Hunter-gatherer bands • Shift from food-gathering to food-producing cultures lead to the establishment of permanent settlements and scattered seeds near campsites eventually to the first cities. that resulted in the growth of new crops (10,000 years ago) • In the long run, leads to the• Climate change- rising development of civilization. temperatures led to longer growing seasons and drier land.• Growing populations led to a discovery of new food resources and a steady, reliable source of food.
  7. 7. The Neolithic RevolutionCauses Consequences:• Hunter-gatherer bands • Shift from food-gathering to food-producing cultures lead to the establishment of permanent settlements and scattered seeds near campsites eventually to the first cities. that resulted in the growth of • In the long run, leads to the development of civilization. new crops (10,000 years ago)• Climate change- rising • Positive Effect: settlement temperatures led to longer leads to the development of growing seasons and drier land. complex cultures- art,• Growing populations led to a discovery of new food religion, specialization of resources and a steady, reliable labor, irrigation systems. source of food.
  8. 8. The Neolithic RevolutionCauses Consequences:• Hunter-gatherer bands • Shift from food-gathering to food-producing cultures lead to the establishment of permanent settlements and scattered seeds near campsites eventually to the first cities. that resulted in the growth of • In the long run, leads to the development of civilization. new crops (10,000 years ago) • Positive Effect: settlement leads to the development of complex cultures- art, religion, specialization of labor,• Climate change- rising irrigation systems. temperatures led to longer growing seasons and drier land. • Negative Effects:• Growing populations led to a domestication of animals and discovery of new food population density leads to an resources and a steady, reliable source of food. increased spread of disease. Also, villages and cities more susceptible to attacks and natural disasters.

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