TheNew Stone age is also known as the Neolithic Period; the last phase of socialadvancement and mechanical improvement among ancient people. It was describedby stone tools formed by cleaning or granulating. Also, its dependence onplants, animals, establishing settlements in lasting villages, and the presenceof such artworks as earthenware. By 12,000 B.C.
human technology entered theNeolithic era where stone was the primary tool making material. This era beganwith a major revolution that changed many peoples’ lifestyle from hunting forfood to food surplus caused by increasing agricultural production. This turningpoint began changing the social, economic, scientific,technological and cultural environment of people. New villages started to develop as settlers emerged. Steadyfood supplies created healthy and growing populations.
People began specializingin food crop cultivation resulting in more crops being distribute than demand.Also, hunting animals such as sheep, goats and cows was widely spreading. Farmingcommunities rose in the middle east then spread to North Africa and Asia. The rolesof men and women changed when individuals moved into settlements. Men worked inthe fields to farm and hunt animal. Step by step men turned out to be more incharge of developing sustenance and ensuring the town. Men rose as family andgroup pioneers.
Women took care of children and remained in the towns. Such traditionformed within many communities. As more and more food went around, peopleturned their economical focus into trading food for supplies and weapons thatvillagers needed. The economy during that era was formed from agriculture,hunting, fishing and raising animals. In addition, people were specializing increating and trading poetry. The culture accomplishments of the Neolithic periodhave urged the material remains granted to us and which have been uncoveredthrough unearthing. Home design, internments, apparatuses, ceramics, sculpturesand jewelry took a major part of Neolithic culture. After a hush of thousandsof years, with a one of a kind expressiveness and enlightenment the common habitatand its monetary abuse.
Its culture was noticed through the methods forarranging cultivating items, the structure of society and codes of conduct, thechannels of creative articulation and, at long last, the contacts and trades thatuncover new universes.The Scientific and technologicaladvancement was the one of the most important factors of the Neolithic Age. Theinnovation of stone tools profited the general population of the Neolithic ageenormously. Before they needed to utilize stone shake as instruments until thepoint that they thought of a less demanding approach to work.
Cutting outshapes to make working simpler and more productive. These stone apparatusesaffected society monetarily in light of the fact that when instruments arefound, that prompts more open doors which prompts more occupations. It impactsculture in light of the fact that from the general population who began makingstone apparatuses, now devices have advanced to what all individuals depend on.
Socially it enhances how individuals function in light of the fact that withthe assistance of instruments they can work at a quicker and more beneficialrate. Furthermore, people continued to develop gradually, more advanced toolwere introduced for weapons and mainly farming. This made farming more simpleand solved many people lifestyle problems. Communities began to spread allaround the world.