Domestication-003 - Anthropology 104 Chapter 5 Farming! Up...

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Chapter 5 Anthropology 104
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Up to this point everyone we have discussed hunted and/or gathered their food This period was known as the Paleolithic (old stone age) Today we begin to discuss farming societies Mesolithic (middle stone age) Neolithic (new stone age) Farming!!
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Late Paleolithic World
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Initial Animal and Plant Domestication Settlements Arise Mesolithic
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Mesolithic World
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Mesolithic- Middle Stone Age 12,000 to 10,000 ya-dependant on region “Archaic” in the Americas Earliest signs of wide spread plant use Early plant domestication Early domestication of animals Populations are becoming more sedentary-stay in one place Mesolithic
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Mesolithic Technology Technology Ground stone tools-ground against sandstone Added to chipped stone tools Stronger than chipped tools Microliths-small stone blades Composite tools-stone ‘blades’ attached to wooden handles
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Natufian -Mesolithic Culture 12,500 to 10,200 ya Eastern Mediterranean Israel, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt Cemeteries-intentional burials Built structures-dwellings Plaster lined pits for food storage
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Natufian Burial
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Farming-Agriculture Cities States Neolithic
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Neolithic-”New Stone Age”
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course ANTHRO SOC 101 taught by Professor Kylelubsen during the Fall '10 term at MO St. Louis.

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Domestication-003 - Anthropology 104 Chapter 5 Farming! Up...

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