Ancient History: Greece : Middle Neolithic Settlement and Agriculture

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Example Questions

Example Question #3 : Neolithic Era (Up To 2900 Bce)

The Middle Neolithic period of ancient Greek history is primarily characterized by __________.

Possible Answers:

architectural innovations, including houses constructed from stone

the invention of pottery and the spread of clay-based technology

the introduction of new agricultural techniques from Asia Minor

rising interaction between communities and the outbreak of war

the rise of pastoralism and nomadic societies

Correct answer:

architectural innovations, including houses constructed from stone

Explanation:

The Neolithic era in Greek history is subdivided into several categories. The Middle Neolithic period, which occurred from approximately 6,000 B.C.E. until 5,200 B.C.E., is primarily characterized by architectural innovations, like the development of Megaron-type houses and Tsangli-type houses.

 

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