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Social Studies 9

Test on the neolithic revolution

QuestionAnswer
Artifact human made objects
culture a persons unique way of life
hominid a member of a biological group that walks upright
paleolithic age a prehistoric age that lasted from about 25,000,000 to 8000BC. People made use of crude weapons and tools
Neolithic age a prehistoric period that began about 8000BC and ended around 3000BC. People learned to polish stone tools, grow crops, and raise animals. "the stone age"
Artifact human made objects
culture a persons unique way of life
hominid a member of a biological group that walks upright
paleolithic age a prehistoric age that lasted from about 25,000,000 to 8000BC. People made use of crude weapons and tools
Neolithic age a prehistoric period that began about 8000BC and ended around 3000BC. People learned to polish stone tools, grow crops, and raise animals. "the stone age"
Technology the ways in which people apply knowledge, tools, and inventions to meet their needs
Homo- sapiens the bio logical species in which humans belong
Nomad a member of a group that has no permanent home, wandering for food
Neolithic Revolution the major change in peoples life caused by the start of farming
domestication the taming of animals for human use
civilization the form of culture characterized by cities, specilized, complex institutes record keeping, and advanced technology
Artisan a skilled worker, such as a weaver or potter, who makes goods by hand
cuneiform a system of writing with wedge shaped symbols, invented by the sumerians around 3000BC
Barter a form of trade in which people exchange goods and services without the use of money
Ziggurat a tiered, pyramid shaped structure that formed part of a summerian temple
Mesopotamia- the fertile crescent, the lakes tigris and euphrates
Did the fertile crescent have natural barriers? no
geography of egypt irrigation, floods are predictable, deserts served as natural barriers, nile river
Indus Valler large cities, prosperous society, limited conflict, polytheistic
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