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ANTH 1220 Chapter 2: Topic 10
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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1220
Professor
Ellen R.Judd
Semester
Winter

Description
c98 Grinding Smoother stronger, longerlasting edges, although not as sharp Functions Grind grains (grinding stones) Clear farmland Axes (new axe forms needed to cut trees) Adzes (woodworking) Behavioral Period in which agriculture comes into use Domesticated foods are the main source of food eramics Ceramics appear in the middle Neolithic Often assumed to be hallmark of Neolithic Neolithic Ground stone technology Food production Ceramics No metallurgy Sedentism When and where does it take place independently? Near East 10000 BP Chine 8000 BP Mesoamerica 4000 BP Andes 2000 BP Where did later domestication occur Many places, spreads first t Europe, Indus valley Later china, SubSaharan Africa, SE Asia Manitoba 600 years ago Consequences of domestication Sedentism (early farming villages, early civilizations, fertile crescent)
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