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The Neolithic Revolution

The Neolithic Revolution

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  • 1. PREHISTORY THE NEOLITHIC By Carmen Molina Povea – Bilingual Social Science Department.
  • 2. 13.000 years ago GLOBAL WARMING caused the temperature to increase 13.000 years ago
  • 3. A lot of cold climate animals migrated or disappeared
  • 4. 11.000 years ago in the Near East 1. ANIMALS DOMESTICATION 2. PLANTS
  • 5. 1.- Domestication of animals In the paleolithic Hunting In the neolithic Breeding cattle
  • 6. Due to lack of animals people kept animals near their houses
  • 7. First domesticated animals Goats Sheep Pigs Dogs & cats Cows Horses
  • 8. 2.- Agriculture In the paleolithic Gathering In the neolithic Farming
  • 9. First species AMERICA EUROPE ASIA THE NEAR EAST RICE AFRICA CORN MILLET WHEAT
  • 10. People became sedentary People lived near cultivated areas in little hamlets
  • 11. Invention of pottery New containers to cook & store
  • 12. NEW TOOLS HANDAXE SICKLE WEAVING LOOMS GRINDING STONES
  • 13. NEW MATERIALS TEXTILES POTTERY
  • 14. NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION Breeding cattle Agriculture SEDENTARISM A CHANGE IN LIFE POTTERY
  • 15. TO BE CONTINUED...

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