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Early Dwellings
Grass Huts in Fiji Neolithic man (20000BC-5000BC) emerged from their cave dwellings to erect buildings and settlements near rivers. Simple structures of grass, bud-bricks, and even stone provided protection. Walls around the settlement kept enemies at a distance. The building of settlements freed time for more artistic endeavours, such as the creation of pottery and basket weaving. [MH] {NR}

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