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  1. Necessities of Life Sit and get out a sheet of paper and answer the following question: What are the basic needs that humans require to survive?

  2. From Paleo to Neo The settling down of Early Man

  3. Paleolithic Man How did early man find his food? What tools did he use? What do you think he used for shelter?

  4. How early man might have lived…

  5. The Neolithic Revolution and Early Agricultural Societies http://images-eu.amazon.com/images/P/0393317552.03.LZZZZZZZ.jpg

  6. Farming:The Biggest Mistake??? • Food production = Hard Work! • It often led to: • poorer health • shorter lifespan • harder labor for the majority of people So Why Did People Switch From Hunting and Gathering To Farming?

  7. Paleolithic EraThe Pre-Farming Era • Definition: the time before people started doing agriculture • 2 million BCE – about 10,000 BCE • Literal Meaning: “Old Stone Age” – use of stone tools

  8. Life of Paleolithic Humans

  9. The NeolithicRevolution What is this? Where did it happen? When did it happen? WHY did it happen?

  10. Neolithic Era After 10,000 BCE What? • “Agricultural Revolution” = domestication of plants & animals • Literal Meaning: New Stone Age • The first permanent human settlements emerged • Still used stone tools • Pottery appears Catal – Hyuk: A stone-age village in modern Turkey

  11. Where?“Fertile Crescent” (modern day Iraq) Tigris and Euphrates Rivers The area around these rivers is known to history as Mesopotamia • End of Last Ice Age • Warming Climate • Wild grasses abundant ~Wild Grasses closest to domesticated varieties

  12. How did Agriculture Develop? • Availability of calories determines how people get food • End of ice age  Plants thriving • Humans began “helping” plants along and selecting for traits, to increase calories gathered • Certain plants were abundant and provided many calories=Humans actively chose these • Wheat

  13. Where & When?

  14. What else is needed for a Neolithic Revolution? • Animal Domestication – what is it? • An animal will breed where and when we want it to and often. It will come to us for food. It is not aggressive. • Examples?

  15. Important Domesticated Animals • Horse • Cow • Pig • Sheep • Goat • Chicken • Ox • Indian Elephant • All from Eurasia

  16. What was in the Americas?Only the guinea pig, turkey, and…llamasong.flv

  17. So What? What does the Neolithic Revolution allow?: • A sedentary lifestyle • The need for cooperation and group effort • Job specialization • Social Hierarchies (Social classes) • Patriarchy (Rule by males) • Population Growth

  18. Results for Agricultural Society • Now that you have possessions, what do you have to do? • Kings- to direct • Militaries – to protect • Priests – to protect and record (BUREAUCRATS) • Scribes and writing – to protect and keep accounts • Artisans- make storage vessels (pottery)

  19. Did Everyone Switch? NO! • Who Didn’t? • Why Not?

  20. River Valley Civilizations:Called that for a reason!

  21. Eurasian Steppe (grasslands)

  22. African Savannah

  23. Inuit Lands