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Burial did not begin with modern humans, instead the earliest burials found were by neanderthals, at sites like Sima de las Palomas, Spain.

Other potential Neanderthal burials include several caches from years ago of Neanderthals such as La Quina including fragmentary cranial remains of at least 22 individuals, L’Hortus included 20 individuals in a fissure, and Krapina Cave included.

The development of civilisation has relied heavily on the discovery of metals. Prehistoric man used metals to build tools and weapons and as our knowl

History of Metals Infographic. The development of civilization has relied heavily on the discovery of metals. Prehistoric man used metals to build tools and weapons and as they do now.

Early humans were hunter-gatherers. They relied on animals and plants for food.   • They moved constantly in search of their food.  • Early farmers used slash and burn techniques.  • The coming of the Ice Ages caused people to adapt, including developing new clothing.  • After the Ice Ages, people began to domesticate plants and animals and build mud-brick houses, eventually leading to permanent settlements.  • Agriculture is the planting of seeds to raise crops.

There were no White people in Europe as recently as 7000 years ago, during the lifetime of the blue-eyed hunter-gatherer, who was swarthy.

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The Neolithic Revolution or Neolithic Demographic Transition, sometimes called the Agricultural Revolution, was the worlds first historically…

Zdenek Burian: A neolithic settlement

Neolithic village life: there is a romantic, idealized quality to this image. Note the idyllic pastoral landscape, as if referenced straight from Ovid's depiction of the Golden Age.