Hunter-Gatherers When Ice Age Ended Had to Decide to Become Nomadic Herdsmen or Sedentary Farmers Ranchers


When the Ice Age ended for the deserts of the world to begin, many families were forced to abandon their secured territories where they had gathered fruits and vegetables and hunted game in verdant environments, to either begin larger settlements sustained by irrigated agriculture or begin a nomadic lifestyle (herding and following the movements of wild game), that which occurred in the timeframe of the Exodus, the beginning of the “bronze age collapse” too the ending of the Ice Age.