ANT200Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Huai River, Hemudu Culture, Aceramic

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In africa, pastoral societies developed without pastoral domestication. New guinea, plant domest. focused on transplanting suckers/cuttings/shoots rather than seeds. When agriculture was adopted on the coast, the main focus was on a non-food crop: cotton. The early agricultural societies of china seem to offer the strongest support available for. Childe s concept of the transition to agriculture as a rapid and revolutionary event. However, this picture might be the result of limitations of the archaeological record rather than a reflection of the actual historical process. Three major regions where plants were indigenously domesticated in africa: y. In ethiopia and eritrea in northeast africa, a wide range of plants was domesticated, including grains such as tef and finger millet, which are essential to the local diet. A local domesticate that has had a more global impact is coffee y y. In central africa, two critical cereals pearl millet and sorghum were domesticated.

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