Neolithic Age – Ancient Sites, Tan/Cream
The Neolithic Age (6000-2500 BC) was a time of self-discovery, spiritual development, art and broad patterns of change. The weather was warming making the ground more fertile, wild wheat and barley was abundant and people began to think about settling in one place. Primitive shrines were set up in caves with shaman dancing and chanting empowered words. Deities, animals and symbols marked the smoky walls of the ochre galleries. Gatherings around fires and telling stories would have been the highlight of a daily living. This New Stone Age era echoes the cradle of civilisation. The ancestors figured out how to survive and eventually trade for what they needed. Neolithic art, ceremony and stable food sources help develop the deep intuitive nature and cultural practices that are still within us.
Length: 95cm, cut to desired length and tie in a firm knot. Painted stoneware, linen and wooden beads.
Ancient Realms is designed and handcrafted in Australia by Sharon Bush, B.A. History/Ancient History U.N.E.
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