What is Neolithic Architecture?

Neolithic Architecture began with the advent great building: mud brick houses (and, eventually timber); art of wild animals and humans; agriculture; and, in transformation from the Epipaleolithic period. It refers to structures encompassing housing and shelter from approximately 10,000 to 2,000 BC, or the Neolithic period. Because of agriculture, structure design; and,, probably recovery from a giant natural disaster post paleothic period, life expectancy really started to take off. Archaeologists believe Natufians, and around the middle east, may have been the earliest neolithic builders/farmers, and longest continuously inhabited in the world. Around the eastern Mediterranean, Israel and perhaps the Jerichco region there are many well known neolithic tourist attractions.

neolithic farming

Neolithic cultures appeared so commonly around there, in the Levant, some say they spread building design/agriculture into the east and west, and north, possibly even to North and South America. Neolithic societies appeared in southeast Europe by 6,500 BC, and central Europe by 5,500 BC.

More than 7500 years later, award winning, ex professional athletes, artists, and entrepreneurs developed: Neolithic architecture, pest control, chimney cleaning and log cabin building company. The ‘Neolithic Arch.’

Extreme weather continues to increase, and life expectancy drop. Neolithic architecture (when humans learned the domestication of animals, and agriculture); pest control, chimney cleaning, and log cabin building are increasingly relevant.

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