The Silk people lived in small groups on the northern hills in houses made of durable materials such as straw and wood. During this period, the people of Silk were hunter-gatherers in such a way that they provided their main food on the one hand by hunting wild animals such as coyote, ram, boar, gazelle and deer that lived in the plain of Kashan at that time and on the other hand. Others lived by gathering fruits and snacks and seeds of wild plants such as pistachios, almonds, mushrooms, etc. The people of this period also took the first steps in domesticating animals such as goats and sheep and plants such as wheat and barley. In addition, they succeeded in making rough pea-colored handmade pottery with rudimentary motifs. In this showcase, we see some of the works of this period in order of numbers: 1. Stone tools that were used for hunting and cutting, 2. The first handmade pottery of this period, 3. Necklace beads, 4. Saab stone for grinding wheat grains and Barley, 5. A clay scythe for harvesting 6. Carbonized grain.
برای اطلاعات بیشتر و سریعتر در مورد رویدادهای سیلک، فرم اشتراک خبرنامه را پر کنید