Newvillages 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.
Farming communities rose in the middle east thenspread to North Africa and Asia. The roles of men and women changed whenindividuals moved into settlements. Men worked in the fields to farm and hunt animal.Step by step men turned out to be more in charge of developing sustenance andensuring the town. Men rose as family and group pioneers. Women took care ofchildren and remained in the towns.
Such tradition formed within manycommunities. As more and more food went around, people turned their economicalfocus into trading food for supplies and weapons that villagers needed. Theeconomy during that era was formed from agriculture, hunting, fishing andraising animals.
In addition, people were specializing in creating and trading poetry.The culture accomplishments of the Neolithic period have urged the materialremains granted to us and which have been uncovered through unearthing. Homedesign, internments, apparatuses, ceramics, sculptures and jewelry took a majorpart of Neolithic culture. After a hush of thousands of years, with a one of akind expressiveness and enlightenment the common habitat and its monetaryabuse. Its culture was noticed through the methods for arranging cultivatingitems, the structure of society and codes of conduct, the channels of creativearticulation and, at long last, the contacts and trades that uncover newuniverses.