Farming into Change
The Neolithic Revolution marked a dramatic shift in how people-built societies. People transitioned from a nomadic lifestyle of hunting and gathering to one based on agriculture and communities. The realization that farming and herding would be more useful was a crucial turning point in the growth of agriculture during this century. Animals would be able to acquire enough water and agriculture would be hydrated if their civilizations were built near rivers. Civilizations were able to settle down and stay in one spot near a significant water source because of these developments. Civilizations were given the ability to evolve into more efficient societies by living near a healthy source of water.
Mesoamerica, the Andean Region, Fertile Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, and the Indus River Valley were the primary civilizations that initiated this significant agricultural transformation. The potential to have work specialties arose because of these additional locations. People were able to trade the things they created in their work with those around them, which helped the economy thrive, by allowing people to specialize in jobs like farming wheat and weaving garments. They liked the specializations of their new occupations, as well as the fact that they were able to stay in one place and earn a living.
The ability to allow civilizations to remain in the same place was a fundamental change brought about by the Neolithic Revolution. Cities were able to flourish because of this transformation because people were able to thrive and grow in one spot rather than needing to pick up and relocate. We can see development in cities in the following periods, as well as sources of food and resources. Today, we still apply the concept of job specialization to assure societal efficiency.
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