What did a woman do in a primitive society?

Anthropological studies of the tribes living today do not give an unambiguous answer to this question. Nevertheless, archaeological finds partially shed light on this problem. Apparently, the main function of a woman in the tribe is to collect and search for edible fruits and roots. Contrary to popular belief, meat was not the basis of food for primitive peoples. There is reason to believe that this kind of activity, such as making clothes and dishes, fell mainly on women. But such a traditional now duty as raising children, at that time fell on the entire tribe. The remains of women with extremely serious injuries are known, which suggests that women also participated in the hunt for big game. We can say that the woman was an important member of the primitive tribe.

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