10) FirstFarmers08 - CHANGE FROM SEMI-NOMADIC TO SEDENTARY...

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NEOLITHIC: DOMESTICATION OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS MIDDLE EAST GRADUAL TRANSITION FROM FORAGING TO FOOD PRODUCTION: 12,000 BP-5500 BP: FORAGING --> SETTLED VILLAGES --> AGRICULTURE--> TECHNOLOGY 4 ECOLOGICAL ZONES 1. HIGH PLATEAU 2. HILLY FLANKS 3. STEPPE 4. ALLUVIAL PLAIN VERTICAL ECONOMY: DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTAL ZONES CLOSE TOGETHER KENT FLANNERY AND LEWIS BINFORD POPULATION PRESSURE SETTLED VILLAGE LIFE CAME BEFORE AGRICULTURE ATTEMPT TO MAINTAIN LIFESTYLE POPULATION INCREASE:
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Unformatted text preview: CHANGE FROM SEMI-NOMADIC TO SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE NORTH CHINA: MILLET 7500 BP SOUTH CHINA: RICE 8400 BP AFRICA: SORGHUM, MILLET, RICE 4000 BP NEW WORLD: 18,000 BP: NORTHEAST ASIANS ENTER NORTH AMERICA, FOLLOWING BIG GAME BERINGIA: LAND BRIDGE NEW WORLD: EXTINCTION OF BIG GAME ANIMALS MEXICAN HIGHLANDS OAXACA VALLEY MAIZE MEXICAN HIGHLANDS: FOOD PRODUCTION BEFORE SEDENTARY LIFE MEXICAN LOWLANDS: SEDENTARY LIFE BEFORE MAIZE INTRODUCED...
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This note was uploaded on 03/23/2011 for the course ANTH 101 taught by Professor Hollypetersgolden during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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