A piece of land where a building was, is or will be situated.
ch 2 from hunting – gathering to growing food
Around 10,000 years ago, the New Stone Age had started. This was also known as the period of great development for the human race. It was during this period that humans moved from gathering to growing food and breed and herd animals.
Environmental change is a change or disturbance of the environment most often caused by human influences and natural ecological processes. Environmental changes include various factors, such as natural disasters, human interferences, or animal interaction.
Food storage is the process in which both cooked and raw materials are stored in appropriate conditions for future use without any entry or multiplication of microorganisms.
something that people or animals eat.
The small hard part of a plant from which a new plant of the same kind can grow.
The Mesolithic (Greek: μέσος, mesos ‘middle’ + λίθος, lithos ‘stone’) is the Old World archaeological period between the Upper Paleolithic and the Neolithic. The term Epipaleolithic is often used synonymously, especially for outside northern Europe, and for the corresponding period in the Levant and Caucasus.
The oldest remains that have been found of constructed dwellings are remains of huts that were made of mud and branches around 17,000 BC at the Ohalo site (now underwater) near the edge of the Sea of Galilee. The Natufians built houses, also in the Levant, around 10,000 BC.
Dogs were first domesticated in Central Asia by at least 15,000 years ago
The starting point of the Neolithic Period is much debated, as different parts of the world achieved the Neolithic stage at different times, but it is generally thought to have occurred sometime about 10,000 BCE.