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Agricultural Origins - European and African Agrarian Evolution
A look at the origins of agrarian evolution in Africa and Europe.
# 143462 | 1,500 words | 5 sources | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Anthropology (African) , Anthropology (Europe) , Agricultural Studies (General)


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This paper compares the agrarian origins in Africa versus Europe, citing how they fluctuate from region to region. The paper also describes the scientific techniques used in both these regions, showing that they were quite similar. In Europe, Graeme Barker illustrates the origins of agriculture with an examination of the behavioral patterns of the Neolithic Colonists, whose dispersion pattern can be used to trace the spread of agriculture based upon which colony was able to sustain a gradual population growth over time.

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"The origins of agriculture fluctuate from region to region and are characterized by the environmental features that remain an influential force within those surroundings. While the scientific techniques applied..."

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