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Accepted dogma holds that architecture developed subsequent to agriculture because of the need for storage of domesticated crops and animals. Yet storage technology must have been present before people domesticated animals and plants. Enclosure must also have been present; if you have animals or plants suitably separated by a border, fence, or corral, then you have the means to control their breeding. It does not matter how much you know about hybridization or crossbreeding; to preserve and continue what you have done, some sort of barrier is the absolute prerequisite. Experiments, or lucky findings, have to be repeated if they are to be successful, in which case there must be a special place where what has been achieved can be preserved.