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Lecture 3

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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1002
Professor
Paul Thibaudeau
Semester
Summer

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Lecture 3Decided to plant bigger seeds to make bigger plants As people started to domesticate plants to get better foods they started to stay put 12 types of plant species covers 80 of world production foodsHumans picked whatever was locally grown to domesticate They also tended to domesticate into the same degrees of latitude Tends to stay in areas of similar climateShift to horticultureJericho Israel 85004000 BC3040 families only farm barley but huntfishBeidha Southern Jordan 7000 to 6000 BCMore regular housing multiroom dwellingsCayonu Anatolia 74006000 BCCultivate cereals and domesticate cereal rectangular houses courthousesMass Producing FoodAgricultureExternal constraintsice age environments plant poorInternal constraintshuntergatherers follow energy maxi
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