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Lecture 70

ANTH 1210 Lecture 70: Lecture 70
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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1210
Professor
Haskel J.Greenfield
Semester
Fall

Description
o982 After 3500 BCE Not domesticated for traction Domesticated Landscapes: Deforestation Farmers burn the forests and clear them Monocropping (having one crop out there and maintain it with pesticides artificial) Technological Changes: Need new food possessing tools Need new food storage facilities Leads to new technological period Neolithic Way people are making a living is different Neolithic: Neolithic: ground stone technology, food production, ceramics, no metallurgy 2 meanings of Neolithic: Technological Behavioural Technological: Stone tool technology Emphasized grinding Rather than flaking like in Paleolithic Comes into use at same time as Agriculture becomes important Grinding Smoother, stronger, longerlasting edges Not as sharp Functions Grinds grains (grinding stones) Clear farmland Axes to cut down trees Adzes woodworking Behavioural: Period in which agriculturefood production comes into use Domesticated foods are the main sources of food Ceramics:
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