Why Pottery?

Pottery was born in response to prehistoric human societies’ need to store liquids and grain and cook food. As agricultural farming developed and societies became more sedentary, new needs arose, and pottery also played a role in meeting them. That is why, more than seven thousand years ago, pottery became as widespread as agriculture itself in places all over the planet.

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