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As the glaciers sheltered at the end of the last Ice Age when Asia and North America were connected by a piece of land the hills and mountains of Mesoamerica or Middle America changed dramatically From about 7000 BC farmers from these regions began to plant crops and this period was also known as the Archaic or Early Farming period the interesting thing about this is that these development in the Agriculture coincided with the development of the agriculture in the Old World Europe Africa Between these period people began living in camps and cave-settlements for seasons at a time this is the reason why they were called semi-nomads Crop plants became an useful food source people no longer depended on hunting wild animals for food though hunting still went on By 2000 and 1500 BC pottery was being made a sure sign that the semi-nomads had become settled dwellersFarmers at this time used to construct their villages near the sea or a river giving these the opportunity to collect shellfish and catch fish from the ocean and estuaries from rivers Plant domestication and settlement went together farmers began to develop better plants This meant more food and a growing population settled in a same place People began to live in villages of thatched houses they made clay statutes everywhere also pots and wave cotton The way the used to built their houses change through the years first they only had lower levels on the houses by the pass of the time the started growing by the end houses were being build of three levels Lower level Middle Level and Upper Level During these phases simple village communities started living alongside more developed societies which were ruled by kings or priests
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