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Date Created: 09/10/16
Early Humans Paleolithic Age “Old Age” to 9000 BCE Africa had the first people and we are believed to be part monkey. Only primate to walk on two legs, men started to live in societies up to 23, 30, and 100 people. Men started to move to Europe, Asia, and Australia and developed in the brain and the weather changes. The ocean was 375 ft. lower than today. Paleolithic Age sea levels started rising glaciers melting. Economy is based on hunting and gathering a lot of people weren’t wealth. A lot of social interaction no status separation 20 to 30 people in a group. Men and women both gather and hunt for food. Less development in gender roles wealth comes along in more complex societies. Paleolithic Age had religion and sense the strongest ,religious leaders , or the oldest that was in a clan. You earn your place you would have to keep your place.
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