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Neolithic British Isles

World civilizations (the global experience) 6th edition chapter 1 outline

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Chapter 1: The Neolithic Revolution and the Birth of Civilization Human life in the era of hunters and gatherers homo sapiens- our species, had a more developed brain and free hands with opposable thumbs also in this time their children did not develop mature teeth until well after weaning By the end of the Paleolithic Age these advantages had made Homo sapiens a species capable of changing its environment Paleolithic culture (Stone Age) In late Paleolithic age Hunting and gathering Stone tools Increasing craftsmanship Increasing creativity The Spread of Human Culture (migration reasons) Because of fire an tools to provide life easier to migrate Hunting and gathering populations expanded
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