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    about. On the other hand, other instances force people into that alteration as it takes place spontaneously, and that is when these individuals realize whether that hesitance was foolish, or wise. The Neolithic Revolution is the most prominent example in history that obligated people to adjust their lives to the evolution of their time period: 10000 BCE to 600 CE. Indeed, this transformation was extremely extensive, but it was also imperative to the development of mankind as it affected not only politics and economics, but was responsible for the foundation of society itself. The…

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    The emergence of agricultural communities impacted the social, cultural, and economic conditions of early man in such an influential way that it still dominates our everyday lives. The Neolithic revolution took place gradually but had a tremendous effect on society. It started with villages and towns and continued to expand into the complex civilizations we have today. The transition to an agricultural society took time to complete but it was well worth it. The communities greatly benefitted…

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    Before humans were able to communicate with people easily around the globe, culture and technology were some of the rarest and most important commodities to humankind. This was especially true during the Neolithic Revolution. Despite all the benefits urban living provided, it still resulted in a major detriment to people: it greatly reduced the number of nomads in the world. Exchanging new ideas and cultures would have died out had it not been for pastoralists, who filled this vital role by…

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    The Neolithic Revolution main was a dramatic change for Nomad to farmers and hunter - gatherers. Nomads which was the name of the early modern people who began to study agriculture, they became farmers, before farmers,the nomads were hunter - gatherer who were people who followed the animals and kill and eat. The nomads had suffered for disease because there wasn’t enough food to their social ranks. It when from the Paleolithic to the Neolithic Revolution, nomads didn’t know they will…

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    Before the Neolithic revolution, there was a fair chance that you would have lived with your extended family as a nomad, never staying in one area for more than a few months, always living in impermanent shelters, always looking for something to eat and never owning something that you could easily pack in a backpack or a sack. The Neolithic era saw tremendous changes in how people obtained and produced food. It also had political, social and economic effects on a particular society or region.…

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    The change that occurred during the Neolithic Revolution was a major turning point, causing a shift from the Paleolithic Era to the Neolithic Era, changing the course of human history. The Neolithic Revolution, also known as the first Agricultural Revolution, was a dramatic and wide reaching change in the way that humans lived. The Agricultural Revolution significantly changed the course of human history, and ultimately led to the birth of civilization. The first, most prominent step toward…

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    The start of the Neolithic ages was around 11,00 BCE when it reflected on the evidence of developments that brought by climate change, which led to the development of food production. Since the development of food production this led to settlements which cause trading to happen both locally and over long distances. Hunters and gathers villages faced crisis when the Fertile Crescent region became drier and cooler, there was a decline in the availability of food production which was them to move…

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    a. Neolithic Revolution The change from foraging to the farming of food. This occurred about 8000-2000 BCE. Is also known as the Agricultural Revolution. b. Hunting and Gathering These are people who hunt animals and gather wild plants, seeds, fruits, and nuts to survive. It was the lifestyle for more than 2000,000 years. c. Vedic religion This religion associates gods and humans that could only thrive in an oriented universe. The gods were needed to maintain cosmic order (Rita). This involved…

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    10,000 years ago, the Neolithic Revolution began. As we read in our text it was simply defined as, “…the far-reaching changes in human life resulting from the beginning of farming.” Civilization was a change for the better, and the most revolutionary shift to the world we live in today. Without the impeccable advancement and basic idea of civilization, many of our accomplishments and progressions would have never been as strong, or even completed generally. A flashback into one of the ancient…

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    the world was a lot different than it is now. The Neolithic Revolution was and still is a major turning point in human history for multiple reasons because of many causes and effects. During ancient civilization, there were many events that led to the Neolithic Revolution. This included climate change, the need for food, cultivation of crops, and domestication of animals. When the Ice Age ended, there was an increase of rainfall, became warmer in general, and had more stable climatic conditions.…

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