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Creativity Begins to Flow Civilization
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Civilization (general) When did civilization begin? Status about 4000-3500 BC Stone Age society People were living as hunter-gatherers (non- stationary) What was the creative event that allowed  this change? Agriculture (domestication of grains) The greatest “invention” of pre-history
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Basic changes ― Hunter-Gatherers to Civilization Hunter-Gatherers Small units (family or expanded families) Little contact with other groups (little trade) Advancements for personal or family use Civilization Cities as the focus of progress Both local and long- distance trade Advancements for society as well as personal use
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Agriculture Allowed localization of  population into cities Allowed increased  population density Led to technological  developments Agronomy Plow Wheel Materials development
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course MFG 201 taught by Professor Terry,r during the Spring '08 term at BYU.

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