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Band and Slave Societies
The primitive man was a savage, he lived in savagery. The spears and the hunting trap were his first instruments for hunting down his preys. He must have felt cold, thus with fire he warmed himself and cooked his food. As time past or went on, he learnt how to make artificial dwelling places to replace his previous dwelling place -the caves and the rocks.
It is necessary to note that, with the development of agriculture, man's ways of acting and feeding transformed.
Instead of having band and tribe societies, where they moved around, they now settled down, moving to locations with sources of food, water and shelter. The division of labor was also changed, i.e. children gathered wood, and women gathered berries and men cropped plants. In order to stay alive, people started to domesticate animals.
We now see that small communities were established, with a division of work and labor.
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