The farming and herding lifestyle required almost no intensive labour.
An advantage of the farming and herding lifestyle is that food could be stored for the future.
The farming and herding lifestyle can support fewer people than a hunting and gathering lifestyle.
All of the people on earth began to farm and herd at roughly the same time.
The Old Stone Age lasted for much longer than the New Stone Age.
The type of stone most easily used for tool-making during the Stone Age was flint.
Homo sapiens were the first people to bury their dead.
The hunting and gathering lifestyle involved the danger of serious physical injuries, such as fractures.
Mortars and pestles
Bora boras and slingshots
Simple mills for grinding flour
Primitive frying pans
The remains of human cultures