What are some of the long term consequences of the Neolithic revolution?

What are some of the long term consequences of the Neolithic revolution?

The Neolithic Revolution's long term effects included population growth, trade, the creation of social classes, security, government, new diseases, new products, and pets.

What is one change to human societies as a result of the Neolithic Revolution?

The agricultural revolution had a variety of consequences for humans. It has been linked to everything from societal inequality—a result of humans' increased dependence on the land and fears of scarcity—to a decline in nutrition and a rise in infectious diseases contracted from domesticated animals.

What is the most significant change from the shift into the Neolithic age from the Paleolithic?

People lived more towards lakes and rivers instead of caves, and tree trunks. This led to the change of the jobs of the society. Unlike Paleolithic time's, man could have more leisure time to spend. This led him to broaden the society he was living in and led to increased populations in the Neolithic Age.

What is another name for Neolithic Age?

New Stone Age

What event triggered the Neolithic Revolution?

Most archaeologists believed this sudden blossoming of civilization was driven largely by environmental changes: a gradual warming as the Ice Age ended that allowed some people to begin cultivating plants and herding animals in abundance. One part of humankind turned its back on foraging and embraced agriculture.

What animals lived during the Stone Age Iron Age?

Mastodons, saber-toothed cats, giant ground sloths and other megafauna roamed. Stone Age humans hunted large mammals, including wooly mammoths, giant bison and deer.