The Origin of Agriculture: Anthology and Fiction

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One of the major secrets in modern orthopedics is the transition from the nomadic hunter-gatherer lifestyle to agricultural-based residents. This is known as the "Agricultural Revolution". Hunter-gatherers have many theories and ideas for a free and relatively sudden transfer of agriculture from home-based collectors, as scientists consider the problem. There are suggestions for external factors against internal (social, cultural, economic) factors; global conditions vs. local conditions; minority-related vs. populations; or a combination of conditions: perhaps this is also the "time of day" factor.


The problem is a nearly simultaneous migration - about 10,000 years ago in Europe, Mesoamerica, Andean culture, Egypt, the Middle East, Asia, etc., especially in the Fibral Crescent, the NE. China and Central America. Only North America (with the exception of the eastern half will become the United States), Australia and far north regions, such as Siberia, retained for more and more a kokuki lifestyle. But the really unfortunate thing is that when our ancestors came out of the trees and for those millions of years, until about 10,000 years ago, we were hunter-gatherers or nomads. Then suddenly, we, we expanded the settlements and expanded the crops and became the only global 'civilization' across social, cultural and geographical boards. No one really has solid evidence to explain it.



The fact is that no ideology or breakthrough is in the fact that it contributes automatically to human culture. Agriculture (including aspects of various animals including animals, sheep, goats, horses, etc.) was a gift from their gods. The legends of humanity probably write and / or pass verbally from the human race to the next human race, giving humans no credit for the transition. Humans rarely have the chance to beat the back, but this is their instability. Humans have certain basic needs: air, water, sleep, certain temperature range and diet. We are quick experts in breathing (air) and sleep. We do not need to excavate, grow or harvest them. We have some control over the temperature, and the water supply is usually very constant - rivers, springs, lakes, ponds, etc. Food is food.



The hunter-gatherer method of hunting for food takes less effort than agricultural tile houses, so why the transition from settlements and hunter-gatherers to agriculture is a relatively short time frame in diverse parts of the world. Well, what the gods should do, the gods get. And if the gods give you a gift through the gods, you better use it! This deity (a model) saw the gift of agriculture to humans and thus explained our transition from hunter-gatherers to residents and civilizations. * Nunurta was the god of agriculture in the ancient Near East who taught all about crop production. * Kumaribi: Elephants were the kafarbi, the father of God and the grain god.







* Osiris (Ancient Egypt): Buckled from his brother's seat (set) and restored and restored by his sister Ice, and before the god of the underworld, he was the god of agriculture Taught men (and women) how to grow bees and grapes. That is why the ancient Egyptians showed them with green skin. * Ceres was the Roman goddess of cereals and aquaculture (from which we get the term grain). * Demeter Eunice was the goddess and Cyrus' counterpart; she was the goddess of corn, crops and orchards, and the fertility of her fields, which taught human agriculture. * Tartitolums, under the direction and guidance of Demeter, brought the gift of wheat to the people and spread the benefits of agriculture around the world. * The chalk was the god of rain, so the guardian of agriculture like maize and vegetables and hence apricot.









* Xipe was the Aztec god of the corn and plants of Totec. * Werkoch was a high incarnate God who walked among men, and instructed students on agriculture, among other subjects. In addition, Werkowich gave birth to two ancestors, the parents of Auntie and Mother Cola, who in turn had a baby, their ruler, who taught agriculture to their human subjects. The strange thing about the most godly warlock in the Inca Pantone was that he was shown as pale, with Caucasian features and with green eyes. This is enough for the Aztec Deity Quetzalcoatl (Maken kalkkinen and otherwise known throughout Mesoamerica under different aliases).
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