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Title: THE PEOPLE IN PREHISTORY AND THEIR ACTIVITIES.


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THE PEOPLE IN PREHISTORY AND THEIR ACTIVITIES.
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How Stone Age People Lived
  • The time period known as prehistory is often
    called the Stone Age because artifacts found from
    this period are usually simple tools made of
    stone. Life was not easy for prehistoric people.
    They spent huge amounts of time meeting their
    most basic survival need - the need for food.
    Still, prehistoric people found time for other
    activities. They adorned their bodies with
    jewelery and developed customs that reflected
    their religious beliefs. From time to time, they
    also organized large celebrations in which many
    people came together to eat, dance, or pray.

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  • Not surprisingly, the specific activities of
    Stone Age people varied from place to place.
    Different groups found different ways to meet
    their needs and wants.

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Nomads Become Farmers
  • During most of the Stone Age, people were nomads.
    They travelled from place to place and gathered
    berries, roots, and nuts for food. They also
    followed herds of animals for meat and hides.
    When food in an area was gone, nomads moved to
    another area.

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  • Some nomads learned to domesticate, or tame,
    animals and raise them. The wealthier nomads
    would keep their animals in herds. As the nomads
    moved from place to place searching for food,
    shelter and pastureland, they would take their
    animals with them. These herds weren't very large
    because of the effort it would take to move the
    animals from place to place. This new way of
    living was called pastoral migration. People
    moved to find food for themselves and pastures
    for their animals.

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  • Near the end of the Stone Age, people began to
    settle down. They learned how to plant crops.
    This change took place over thousands of years in
    different parts of the world. By the end of the
    Stone Age, many nomads were now farmers.

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Peoples relationship with athletic-sports
For the people in prehistory, their activities
were a part of their life. They stayed alive
because of their strength. They hunted animals
for find their food or make clothes for keeping
warm during the night and the cold days. The
activities helped them keep in shape for do a lot
of different things with courage. They belonged
in teams, which helped them to live with another
people and hunt with them and support each other.
The hard way of living for them was also the way
of practicing and exercise. Just there activities
were the reason, which helped them to stay alive
and take care of their selves. By Maria A.
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