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The Paleolithic and Neolithic eras were in different periods of time even though they had similarities and differences in social, economic, and political areas. The Paleolithic era or “old stone age” the cultural period of the Stone Age that began about 2.5 to 2 million years ago, marked by the earliest use of tools made of chipped stone. The principle of the characteristic of the Stone Age was that human being hunted wild animals or gather edible products of naturally grown animals for food. The Neolithic era or Agricultural Revolution was a marker event that change food gathering to food producing and transformed human society. Paleolithic and Neolithic eras had much in common in social, economic, and political areas.
Paleolithic and Neolithic eras had many similarities in political structures. In the Paleolithic era leaders emerged in each tribe, but none of them had wealth because of the constant moving for resources. In the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras both had some sort of leader or leadership although the Neolithic Era had a complex organized government the Paleolithic era had a group leader to make the decisions for the tribe consisting of a small amount of people. The Paleolithic and Neolithic also differ in political structures because the Paleolithic era only had a small group of people led by a group leader because of the constant moving they had to do to get resources. However the Neolithic era had a complex government because of the growth of population due to food surplus when they settle down at a resourceful location.
Paleolithic and Neolithic eras had many similarities in social structures. In the Paleolithic and Neolithic era each gender had a role in society, but later on the Neolithic era the men’s role was superior to the women’s role. In the Paleolithic era men hunted and women gathered, everyone in society was equal and no one was above only the gods they worshiped were the only higher ones than them. The Neolithic and Paleolithic era differ in social structures because in the Paleolithic era women had drop down in the equality between men and women because men took over both the care of animals and plants therefore women were led to domestic chores but were not essential to the survival of the village. In the Paleolithic era gender equality was extended even further to relations between sexes and all members of a tribe made important contributions to the survival of the community.
The Paleolithic and Neolithic era had many similarities and differences in economics. In the Paleolithic and Neolithic era agriculture and trade was an economic resource. In the Paleolithic era meat had a high value over everything else they use to trade.In both Neolithic and Paleolithic era trade was done by both eras, but in the Neolithic Era there were much resources to trade because of the development of agriculture. In the Paleolithic era hunting and gathering economy practically prevents individuals from accumulating private property and basing social distinctions on wealth. In the Neolithic era specialization would make all the work more efficiently and raise the economy of the city.
The Paleolithic and Neolithic eras had similarities and differences in social, economic, and political areas. In the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras each gender had a role in society but later on in the Neolithic era the men’s role was superior to the women’s role. In the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras both had some sort of leader or leadership although the Neolithic Era had a complex organized government. In the Paleolithic and Neolithic eras trade was done by both eras but in the Neolithic Era there were much more resources to trade because of the development of agriculture. The Paleolithic and Neolithic eras were very much familiar and differently.