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    The Paleolithic Era

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    the globe during the latter phases of the Paleolithic Era. Many developments allowed the early hunter-gathers to cope with various environmental pressures. The first development is fire which was the “advance” towards human technology. Fire was considered the most centered element in their culture. They formed the technique to preserve glowing embers and starting fires by rubbing sticks together. This technique led to many improvements in the Paleolithic people. It allowed people to eat much a wider

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    Paleolithic Era

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    In the Paleolithic Era, humans relied on hunting and gathering to live, living off the resources the environment provided and moving on when resources became scarce. This nomadic lifestyle allowed them to eat a variety of plans and animals, including birds, mammoths, bison, deer, rodents, roots, and berries. Because plants grew, fruited, and matured at different times of the year, gathering remained a fairly constant means to provide food throughout the year. Although small animals and young, ill

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    Paleolithic Era

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    In the Paleolithic Era, humans survived by using stones, bones, and other natural products to make tools. Also, leather and vegetable fibers had been used to early human society; however due to their nature, these haven’t been preserved to any great degree. Not to mention, humans gather plant products, trapping small animals, and hunting large preys for food to go hunting. During this time, humans grouped together in small societies such as band and subsisted. Living with larger groups would have

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    Paleolithic Kinship

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    years ago, the first period of the Stone Age, the Paleolithic Era, existed and was known for the nomadic lifestyle that its people lived. The people of the Paleolithic Era were hunter-gatherers who moved constantly in search of animals to hunt and plants to gather. The Paleolithic people preferred to live off of the resources that existed in abundance in a given region, rather than producing resources for themselves. For this reason, the Paleolithic people were organized into small kinship societies

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    Volume 1. Boston: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, 2012, the Paleolithic era was the earliest and longest period of prehistory, when humans used simple stone stool (Lewis). The Neolithic era was the period of human history characterized by advances in stone stool-making and the beginning of agriculture (Lewis). This essay is going to compare and contrast the people in Paleolithic era and Neolithic. The difference between the people in the Paleolithic and Neolithic era was the way they both obtain food, and

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    One of the most incredible achievements of Paleolithic people was their ability to migrate across the globe. Paleolithic people first originated in Eastern Africa near the present-day countries of Tanzania, Uganda, and Kenya. The need for food and resources led to the initial migration out of Africa. The discovery of fire and warm animal skin clothing enabled people to live in colder climates which increased migration. In conclusion, the need for resources and discoveries such as fire and warm clothing

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    Some ways that the paleolithic societies differed from one another were by their religion, ruling, clothing, diets, and how they survived in certain areas. For example the Austronesian culture were the start of things and was mostly done over water, taking both men and women, also bringing domesticated animals. Thus leading to the hunting and gathering society. This particular society became highly known for its equality because there were no formal rulers. Meaning no one had a higher rank whether

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    The picture of the Paleolithic life reveals that this was a prehistoric era known as the “Stone Age” era. The discovery made by Chauvet, Lascaux, and other archeologist signifies that there was life on earth over millions of years ago. Paleolithic people depicted art on the cave walls as a way to communicate and tell the history of their existence. However, Paleolithic people not only used the cave as a canvas, but also as their living quarters. Paleolithic people were the first inventors of art

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    A Paleolithic Diet

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    study. The question the author asked was “Whether, independent of weight loss, a Palaeolithic-type diet alters characteristics of the metabolic syndrome.” The article was not published in a peer-reviewed journal. The author’s hypothesis was that a Paleolithic diet would alter characteristics of metabolic syndrome. The study was conducted by selecting thirty-six Netherlanders between the ages of eighteen and seventy. At least two of the test subjects exhibited symptoms of metabolic syndrome. Later in

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    A. Humans began migrating across the globe during the Paleolithic Age. The human species originated in Eastern Africa around the African Great Lakes. From there, they spread out all over Africa. Then they moved out of Africa into Southwestern Asia. They migrated toward Europe and from Eastern Asia down through the Pacific Islands and Australia. Many historians argue over how humans populated the Americas, but most believe that they traveled on a land bride, connecting Russia to North America during

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