What were the effects of the Neolithic Revolution?

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The Neolithic Revolution happened from the beginning of human life to around the year of 10,000 BC. The effects of the Neolithic Revolution was that it changed the way humans lived. The Neolithic Revolution helped humans to be able to use agriculture to help them live. They were able to find permanent settlements. The people were also able to use new technologies of agriculture to help them live. Many groups of people settled into the lands of the Nile, Tigris, Yellow, and Indus Rivers.
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