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    • Syllabus Module-1(16Hrs) Early Cultures Architecture as part of culture-understanding the early cultures Paleolithic age, Ice Age, Neolithic Period-Apollo II Cave-Africa, Wadi Kubbaniyain-Egypt, Pachmari Hills-India, Monte Verde -South America, Clovis Culture-North America, Jomon culture-Japan, Eynan and Ain Mallaha- Africa History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine PALEOLITHIC PERIOD Old Stone Age Stone tools Small societies
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine ICE AGE period of long-term reduction in the temperature of the Earth's surface and atmosphere, resulting in the presence or expansion of continental ice sheets, polar ice sheets and alpineglaciers.
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine NEOLITHIC PERIOD NEW Stone Age TRIBES CatalHoyuk TURKEY
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine WADI KUBBANIYAIN- EGYPT Wadi Kubbaniya (ca. 17,000– 15,000 B.C.)
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine PACHMARI HILLS,INDIA
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine CLOVIS CULTURE The Clovis culture is a prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture, named after distinct stone tools that were found at sites near Clovis, New Mexico, in the 1920s and 1930s
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine MONTE-VERDE-S.AMERICA Various pre-Columbian artefacts testify to the long-time occupancy of the Montverde region by a small population of Clovis Native Americans, who once farmed in villages circa 3000 BC
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine APPOLLO 2 CAVE The Apollo 11 Cave is an archeological site in south-western Namibia FIRST SLAB CAVE ART
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine JŌMON PERIOD -JAPAN The Jōmon period is the time in Prehistoric Japan from about 12,000 BC, when Japan was inhabited by a hunter- gatherer culture which reached a considerable degree of sedentism and cultural complexity.
    • History of Architecture MODULE 1(Year 1) By Anjith Augustine EYNAN/AIN MALLAHA-EGYPT First permanent villages.