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Paleolithic Age vs. Neolithic Age. Nomads turned Farmers. Paleolithic Age. Old Stone Age 2 million BC to 10,000 BC People were nomadic Lived in clans of 20-30 people Men hunted/fished, women gathered wild fruits/nuts/roots

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Paleolithic age vs neolithic age

Paleolithic Age vs.Neolithic Age

Nomads turned Farmers


Paleolithic age

Paleolithic Age

  • Old Stone Age

    • 2 million BC to 10,000 BC

  • People were nomadic

  • Lived in clans of 20-30 people

  • Men hunted/fished, women gathered wild fruits/nuts/roots

  • People depended entirely on their environment for their survival –especially the climate


Paleolithic age1

Paleolithic Age…

  • Made simple tools and weapons out of the materials at hand

    • Stone, bone, wood

  • Developed a spoken (oral) language

  • Invented clothing (wrapped animal skins around their bodies) to protect themselves from the environment

  • Lived in caves & built fires


Paleolithic age cave art

Paleolithic Age & Cave Art

  • Found all over Europe, Asia, Australia & Africa

  • Painted deer, horses, buffalo, bulls, cows, & stick-figure people

  • Lie deep in the caves

  • Main colors were red & black, with a little yellow, maroon & violet.

    • Paint was made out of materials ground into animal fats.

  • The following pictures are from a Cave in Lascaux, France: 


Bison

Bison


Stag reindeer

Stag & Reindeer


Great hall of bulls

Great Hall of Bulls


Bull red brown horses

Bull, Red & Brown Horses


Red bull

Red Bull


Swimming stags

Swimming Stags


Two bulls

Two Bulls


Horse

Horse


Group of bull horses stags

Group of Bull, Horses, Stags


Five horses a cow

Five Horses & a Cow


Cave art

Cave Art…

  • Recap:

    1) What type of materials did early man use to paint on the walls of caves?

    2) What colors were used the most in their cave art?

    3) In what part of the world is most cave art found?


Cave art1

Cave Art…

  • Explore & Analyze:

    4) Which was your favorite painting?  Why?

    5) How realistic or abstract are the paintings of early man?  What could this tell us about them? Why do you think early man chose the subjects (i.e. the objects of the paintings) they did for their painting/drawings?


Religion in the paleolithic age

Religion in the Paleolithic Age

  • Cave Art

    • Was it religious?

  • Small stone statues of pregnant women

    • Mother Earth figure, Fertility, Survival?

  • Burying dead

  • Animism

    • Belief that the world was full of spirits and forces that might reside in animals, objects or dreams


Mesolithic age

Mesolithic Age

  • Middle Stone Age

    • 10,000 to 7,000 BC

  • Groups of people started to settle & stay in one place, but not permanently


Neolithic age

Neolithic Age

  • New Stone Age

    • Started about 7,000 BC

  • Learned how to farm, which allowed them to stay in one place

    • Slash & Burn agriculture

  • Built permanent villages

  • Developed advanced tools

  • Domesticated plants & animals

  • Pottery & Weaving Skills


Neolithic age1

Neolithic Age…

  • Neolithic Agricultural Revolution (the change from hunting and gathering to farming)

  • Led to a growth in population

    • Which led to the decline in women’s status, as men controlled family, economic & political life

  • Led to trade & accumulation of wealth

  • Led to the development of new technology

    • Calendars, plow, arrowhead, ax heads


Stonehenge

An archeological

An Archeological site in England built during the Neolithic Age

(finished in the Bronze Age)

Stonehenge


Aleppo jericho

Aleppo & Jericho

Aleppo and

Jericho are

examples of

early cities in

the Fertile

Crescent

studied by

Archaeolo-gists.


Catalhoyuk

Catalhoyuk is an example of a Neolithic settlement currently under excavation in Anatolia (Turkey).

Catalhoyuk


Paleolithic vs neolithic

Food: Hunting and gathering

Dwellings: Caves, nomadic people

Technology: Digging sticks, spears, axes, & spoken language

Religion & Art: Cave paintings, religious statues, belief in afterlife

Food: Farming, domesticated animals

Dwellings: Permanent villages, stone houses

Technology: Stone tools, polished ax heads, arrowheads, weaving cloth, calendar, wheel

Religion & Art: Jewelry, buried dead in earthen tombs

Paleolithic vs. Neolithic


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