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Neolithic - About.com Guide to the Neolithic - About Archaeology
The Neolithic period, broadly defined, is when human beings began to produce their own food--growing plants and tending animals.
Neolithic Revolution - About Archaeology
The Neolithic period is when humans first learned to tend plants and animals and eventually domesticate crops and animals. This page links to resources about ...
Pre-Pottery Neolithic - About Archaeology
The Pre-Pottery Neolithic (abbreviated PPN) is the name given to the people who domesticated the earliest plants and lived in farming communities in the ...
Neolithic Art - The New Stone Age - ca 8000-3000 BC - Art History
After the rather ho-hum art of the Mesolithic era, art in the Neolithic (literally: "new stone") age represents a spree of hellzapoppin' innovation. Humans were ...
Neolithic Period - Definition - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
The era called Neolithic is also called the new stone age.
Neolithic Sites in China - Chinese Neolithic - About Archaeology
The archaeological site of Banpo is a Neolithic village and cemetery on the Wei River in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China. Banpo belongs to the early Yangshao ...
Neolithic Era - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
The Neolithic Era refers to the period when people lived in villages but were still using stone tools.
Catalhoyuk - Urban Life in Neolithic Anatolia - About Archaeology
Catalhoyuk is one of the earliest urban centers in the world; and Ian Hodder's study of its shrines has included the most forward-thinking and vital work in ...
Ancient China - Periods and Dynasties - Ancient/Classical History
Neolithic, Xia, Shang, Zhou, Qin and Han Dynasties of Ancient China. By N.S. Gill ... 2600-2300 B.C.) Neolithic Period HongKong Museum of Art. CC unforth.
Eastern North American Neolithic - Neolithic in Eastern North America
Eastern North America was one of several starting points for agriculture in the American continents.