There were similarities in government, religion, social, technology, and evolution. For example in Document 6, it says how discarded items, such as bits of pottery, were pilled around each house. The clothing for Paleolithic man was made of animal skins and leaves, while Neolithic man made clothes of cotton wool.
In the Paleolithic age there was no specialized occupation. In Paleolithic times the males ruled the families. Animals were used for domestication as well as other purposes. Angel himself comments on the interplay among them: These different artworks show change between Paleolithic and Neolithic times.
In the Neolithic Age they accomplished making the wheel, and farming. Paleolithic man was a nomad, food gatherer, and a hunter. They had religions, which meant they believe in life after death.
In the Paleolithic Age they developed language, controlled fire and made and used tools. However, zinc levels were on a par with those of modern times a mineral that typically is gotten in the largest quantities from animal foods strongly suggesting it was coming from fish, since red meat consumption was low, and the zinc levels found are beyond the amounts possible from plant-food consumption only.
However, farming was hard work, and skeletal evidence shows signs of the heavy effort needed, which--combined with a diet adequate in calories but barely or less than adequate in minerals from the depleting effects of phytate phytates in grains bind minerals and inhibit absorption --led to a state of low general health.
Perhaps the most reliable conclusion to be drawn from the data here is that while diet is a significant influence on longevity, it is only part of the mix, and perhaps not as powerful a determinant as other factors. They were represented by structures and sculptures.
Because of the Ice Age it forced man to depend less on plants and more on animals. In Neolithic they farmed allowing them to settle in one place, which gave them time to develop settlements and new trades.
Also both of these periods had accomplishments. In the Paleolithic Era they had paintings of cows, and they had small portable art. Drop in stature due to nutritional stress begins appearing in places during the Mesolithic although in general it is still good.
The houses of Paleolithic man were skin tents or caves. Angel sums up the Paleolithic- to. Increased seafood consumption in lieu of red meat may also have had the effect of reduced caloric consumption, a contributor to nutritional stress as well.
In Neolithic times there was a Chief with council. There were differences in architecture, diets, artwork, tools, dwellings, clothes and lifestyle. Document 5 also displays another difference between the Paleolithic Era and Neolithic Era. The Neolithic Era was more advanced because based on their artwork it seemed they were harder to build, more complex and took more time.
Efficient early childhood growth is reflected in skull base height and in evidences of dental health, while pelvic inlet depth index and long-bone roundness are indicators of the degree of late childhood nutrition.
Animals were used for hunting. As found in Document 5 the Neolithic Age they domesticated plants and animals. In the Neolithic Era they had megaliths and 3-D art. The people were agriculturist, who domesticate animals, and grew a variety of crops.
The diets of these two periods were also different. Also at this time, genetic adaptation to endemic infectious diseases such as malaria began to occur. As found in Document 2 during Paleolithic times the Ice Age forced man to move and change. Neolithic and Paleolithic periods had technology.
Also past experiences have led up to the structure of the Neolithic house. Both of Paleolithic and Neolithic times had a religion. A m rise in sea level at this time due to climatic warming led to encroachment of water further inland promoting a northward spread of malaria into populations not yet adapted.The Paleolithic Period is the earliest time period man has been alive, and the longest of the Stone Age's.
It dates from 2, B.C to 10, BC The people of the Paleolithic Period lived simple lives, which consisted primarily of survival.
Paleolithic and Neolithic Era The Paleolithic and Neolithic culture can be compared in many ways because the Paleolithic culture was a gateway for the Neolithic era. They also contrast because the Neolithic people transitioned and advanced the skills of the Paleolithic people to. Comparison Chart: Paleolithic Humans vs.
Neolithic Humans. Vocabulary: Paleolithic: Paleo = old; Paleolithic people were taller and lived longer than Neolithic people Neolithic people were shorter and had lower life expectancy. Tooth cavities and diseases like typhoid. During the Neolithic, population density increased from 10 to fold over the Paleolithic, supported by the spread of grain-farming.
Angel estimates meat consumption fell to % of the Paleolithic level with this transition in subsistence. During this time period, the people used stones other than quartzite for making tools, which were more lethal, more polished, sharp and finished.
Cultivation of land began in neolithic era and men started domesticating cattle, sheep and goat. Neolithic Vs Paleolithic Life changed dramatically between the Paleolithic and Neolithic times - Neolithic Vs Paleolithic introduction.
Paleolithic is the early phase of the Stone Age, lasting about 2. 5 million years, when primitive stone implements were used.Download