How has farming changed people’s lives? Why have farmers lived in the same settlement for generations?
How has farming changed people’s lives? Why have farmers lived in the same settlement for generations? Explain how farming and cattle breeding influenced population growth? From what archaeologists have concluded that the inhabitants of Jericho were mainly engaged in agriculture and cattle breeding? Why did you feel fear of the forces of nature?
The Neolithic Revolution changed the life of primitive people for the better. As a result of the development of agriculture and animal husbandry, they began to receive large amounts of food and resources. As a result, communities grew, and people’s occupations became more complex. After that, the population grew. The tribal community existed for a long period, since the constancy of the tribe was maintained with the help of family ties. The Jericho tribe was mainly engaged in agriculture and cattle breeding. This is evidenced by the remains of animals and seeds of crops found at the sites.