The main occupations of primitive people.

Primitive people is a general name that applies to people who lived at the dawn of civilization, before the emergence of the state.

The main occupation of primitive people was survival (providing food and safety). In order to survive, people united into small groups, which were called at first the human herd, and later transformed into a tribe, a neighboring community, and so on.

Before the Neolithic Revolution, primitive people had two ways of providing for their food: hunting and gathering. After the Neolithic Revolution, cattle breeding and agriculture became the main occupations (hunting, however, retained its position).

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