Anthropology- Neolithic Revolution

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Notes from an anthropology course discussing the Neolithic revolution including: foraging, hunting, farming, wealth, domestication, pastoralists, territoriality, and storage.

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The Neolithic RevolutionUnequal foragersEgalitarian foragers- Adults on equal social footingResource base encourages settlement rather than nomadic lifestyle, worth beingterritorial, unlike Ache (until recently) Economic defensibility- better economically to defend a certain territory- highproductive oak grove and salmon runs Why does stratification arise? About 10,000 years ago the weather warms without as much variability- promoteddevelopment of agriculture Domestication of plantso Fertile crescent: Figs, wheat, barley, chickpea 11kyao East Asia- Millet (1
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