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Day 3: The Agricultural Revolution; Neolithic villages

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Transcript of Day 3: The Agricultural Revolution; Neolithic villages

Day 3
The Neolithic &
Agriculture origins
Climate change
Towards sedentary life
Archeological sites
Geography power
http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/naked-science/3491/Overview#tab-Videos/06450_00
In what ways did humans adapt to the rapidly changing climate?
What did the new world look like?
migration
semi-sedintary life styles
"the last ice age lasted from around 110,000 years ago untill 10,000 years ago
Natufian culture
The "Younger Dryas" event
Diet
Art
Nuts
hunting
wild cereals
burials
new images of intimacy
-National Geographic
Göbekli Tepe
Archeological sites
Climate Change
Towards Sedentism
Which came first?
Where Farming Began
Çatal höyük
Jericho
the site
Murals
"Mother Goddess" cult?
house tech
"The walls"
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2
3
Geography power
Where and when did agriculture develop?
Why did it develop where it did?
What is sedentism?
Guns, Germs, and Steal video
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