Researchers looked into the ornamental beads to deduce cultural and agricultural aptitudes of our forebears in Northern Europe.| Empire State Tribune

Crops and livestock raising have been a part of the human existence for eons of years. But, for  our Neolithic ancestors, agriculture was at first a difficult endeavor.

Over 10,000 years ago,  farming began its range across Europe. However, the transition wasn’t immediate. Northern Europeans were initially unimpressed with the technique and even resisted the practice,  as opposed to the original and old-fashioned hunter-gatherer lifestyle,  according to a study.

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