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How Did the Neolithic Revolution (agriculture) Lead to the Rise of the World's First Complex-urban Societies.
Transcript of How Did the Neolithic Revolution (agriculture) Lead to the Rise of the World's First Complex-urban Societies.
Firstly, Staying in one place of instead of traveling which lead to first camps and later villages.
new usable materials what was the most radical change from one to the other? conclusion so basicalyy When early man figured out how to plant& harvest some of their food, they could stop wandering around - no longer be nomads. They started raising animals to eat & domesticated animals - like horse and goats. They built permanent shelters. Inhabitants began to specialize in services. Leaders emerged. Settlements traded with each other - commerce began. Written language was needed & developed. Art, music, clothing became more refined. Some form of rules and government developed. Trade routes were established, exploration took place. Communities grew. As cities developed more services and food were needed. Secondly, The patriarch (male is the dominant in family) changed to matriarch (female is the dominant in family) since they could provide more food than males with their hunting now.
These changes allowed people to spend more time thinking so the inventions of tools and finding of new usable materials