Building the community - Middle Neolithic
During the Neolithic Mediterranean right major crop plants were barley and wheat that required performing different tasks throughout the year. The culture system consisted of slash-called: woodlands annually clarified with stone axes for new fields. These worked temporarily and then abandoned for recovery. In this period was unknown plowing and sowing was done with digging sticks that were used to make holes and place in them the seeds. Probably the harvest was done with flint knives or blades of the same material inserted into a timber like a sickle.
Numerous ethnographic studies with current populations who practice farming system show that the majority of cases in which women do considerably more work than men. In general, single-sex rarely makes all agricultural tasks exclusively, just as there are few examples of equal participation of both sexes in each of the tasks. The most common is to divide the operations, so that finally there is a shared responsibility.