html the venus of willendorf before the neolithic revolution
Probably. Every event in history pretty much leads into another event. Most of the livestock they began raising and foods they began to grow we still eat today. For example, we still eat chicken (probably now more than ever) and all the animals listed above are still domesticated.
Plus, before the neolithic revolution, they just hunted and gathered berries and leaves (fruits and vegetables). We do the same thing today.. except at a grocery store. (:
Neolithic Revolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Before the Neolithic Revolution, people were nomadic and moved around from place to place following food. Their source of food was hunting and gathering. The Neolithic Revolution started with the beginning of farming. Also with the domestication of animals. Something else that changed with the Neolithic Revolution was the art. Neolithic art became bigger, and pottery became more common. Clothing also changed. It was detailed with beads during the Neolithic period. Also, the tools became more advanced. For example, tools became sharper and smoother. They also developed hand axes and spears. They also developed weaving in the Neolithic period.
The Neolithic, Mesolithic, and Paleolithic Ages are formal time periods in archaeology. They are also called the New Stone Age, The Middle Stone Age, and the Old Stone Age. The Mesolithic is defined as the time after the last great glacial melt (approx. 11,000 years ago), but before the Neolithic Revolution (when large-scale farming begins). The Mesolithic is most often noted with a change in archaeological assemblages, tools and/or lifestyles after this last of Pleistocene ice retreats. Other times the term is used to specifically describe early pastoralists and/or incipient farmers, but before farming becomes the primary lifestyle component. They ate quite varied as it is a time of great change – but Mesolithic diets included portions of some of the following; typical hunter gatherer foods, 100% free range-pastured meats, free range eggs, and sometimes a minor fraction of grains and other field crops (e.g., beans, squash).