Animal Husbandry Timeline

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  • 12000 BCE
    Domestication of dogs and cats.
  • 7700 BCE
    First domesticated wheats in the Fertile Crescent.
  • 7000 BCE
    Domestication of goats.
  • 7000 BCE
    A decline in the finds of gazelle bones suggest that domesticated animals were eaten more frequently due to a depletion of wild game.
  • 6700 BCE
    Domestication of sheep.
  • 6500 BCE
    Domestication of pigs.

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12000 BCE: Domestication of dogs and cats.
 
 
7700 BCE: First domesticated wheats in the Fertile Crescent.
 
 
7000 BCE: Domestication of goats.
 
 
7000 BCE: A decline in the finds of gazelle bones suggest that domesticated animals were eaten more frequently due to a depletion of wild game.
 
 
6700 BCE: Domestication of sheep.
 
 
6500 BCE: Domestication of pigs.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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