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The Neolithic Age
Transcript of The Neolithic Age
statistics, c. r., chambers, w. a., & 625BC.”. (n.d.). The Neolithic Age. From Dot To Domesday - British History. Retrieved February 26, 2013, from http://www.dot-domesday.me.uk/develop.htm
Neolithic Age - definition of Neolithic Age by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.. (n.d.). Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus - The Free Dictionary. Retrieved February 26, 2013, from http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Neolithic+Age
Neolithic Age - New World Encyclopedia. (n.d.). Info:Main Page - New World Encyclopedia. Retrieved February 26, 2013, from http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Neolithic_Age Timeline 10000 B.C.E Agriculture begins Important Technologies and Tools 8000 B.C.E Wheat is grown for the first time. 7000 B.C.E Goats are domesticated. . 6500 B.C.E Pottery was developed to store things. 6000 B.C.E the first irrigation. Cattle is domesticated. 4500 B.C.E Invention of the plow. The development of agriculture allowed stable houses. It also provided a stable food supply. This is important because we still use agriculture in the modern age to make food.
The polished stone head-axe was important. This allowed people to clear forested areas and expand areas to build. The polished stone head-axe helped to make the modern day axe. It can also be used as a weapon.
The plow was invented in the neolithic times. It allowed people to farm with ease. We still use the plow today. Women and children strung seashells together to make jewelry such as bracelets and necklaces.