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Re: Tuesday 09/30 HW by SHopkinsSHopkins, 29 Oct 2008 01:32

-Catal Huyuk was one of the world's first towns to be built.
-It was build in turkey in 6,500 BC.
-Catal Huyuk had a population of 6,000.
-The houses i Catal Huyuk were build out of mud and they were build close
together to were as they were touching.

Re: Ciara Butterfield by cibutterfieldcibutterfield, 23 Oct 2008 14:25

i wasnt here 4 the brain pop activity

Re: BrainPop Activity by Lechun SmithLechun Smith, 21 Oct 2008 19:53

Catal Huyuk:

  • Catal Huyuk is a city which dates from 6500 BC to 5400 BC.
  • It was excavated by James Mellaart from 1961 to 1963.
  • It was a Neolithic city located in central Turkey
Re: Tuesday 10/14 HW by akili smithakili smith, 17 Oct 2008 00:28

Chatal Huyuk is the largest Neolithic sight in the East. The village is 13 hectares large (32 acres). The people who lived in this village grew mainly wheat,, barley and peas.. it was a very civilized society.

Re: Tuesday, 10/14 HW by Lechun SmithLechun Smith, 16 Oct 2008 22:08

The part of the move that I found the most interesting was how ape-men walk to different continents but mostly I liked Lucy :D. We used to walk on our hands and feet but once the world changed we became stronger and was able to stand up on two feet and see things much higher and clearer. From watching the video Walking With Cavemen, I have learned basically everything there is to know about my ancestors. The most interesting part was when the ape-men would bury the water in the tall grass so that when they come back from walking to different continents they have something to drink. They had ONLY ONE bottle of water and they have to share it between the whole family. The ape-men where always fighting over food. They thing that surprised me was when they ape-men used to fight eachother for food but I thought they all got along because they each had something in common.

Jalen Wilson by Jalen WilsonJalen Wilson, 16 Oct 2008 21:44

The Catal Huyuk made the first towns out of mud bricks in Turhey in the year 6,500 with a poplution of 6,000.
the wore woven from wool.
they had jewellery from stone, and bone and shells.

Alton O'Connor by Alton OconnorAlton Oconnor, 16 Oct 2008 17:03

I found the walking with cavemen dvd actually very interesting because first we couldnt not speak at all now we can talk. We start walkin to are hands and feet them we started to just walkin on our two feet. The most surprising thing i saw was when the guys finger was all going every way and he was going on like nothing is up with hiz hang. another thing that i found found interesting was how the young male bribed one of the young females with some food. that was his way of gaining her attention.I enjoyed the movie!!!

*Sha'kai Lathan by ShakaiShakai, 16 Oct 2008 01:01

3 intresting facts about Catas Huyuk are:
*It is the largest and best preserved Neolithic site found to date.
*First discovered in 1961
*The inhabitants lived in mud-brick houses which were crammed together in an agglutinative manner. No footpaths or streets were used between the dwellings, which were clustered in a honeycomb-like maze.
found at:

luke lindo by lukelindolukelindo, 16 Oct 2008 01:00

a revolution is the overthrow of a government by force, in favor of a new system. the agricultural revolution to me is the people overcoming there old ways and discovering new. this includes domesticating animals for work and our enjoyment. instead of the our early ancestors going out in search for berrys and wild animals they can raise them agriculturaly so they can have them when they want. this is what i see as an agricultural revolution.

lukelindo by lukelindolukelindo, 16 Oct 2008 00:38

Catal Huyuk was one of the worlds first towns.Catal Huyuk probably had a population of about 6,000.
In Catal Huyuk the houses were made of mud brick. Houses were built touching against each other. They did not have doors and houses were entered through hatches in roofs.People in Catal Huyuk wore clothes woven from wool. They also wore jewellery made of stone, bone and shell.

Re: Tuesday, 10/14 HW by haley telfordhaley telford, 15 Oct 2008 22:54
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