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chapter 1 I.T.P

study guide for Investigateing the Past Chapter 1

History Comes From the greek word histora Learning from inquiry
Civilization A human society that has a complex,political,and legal organization
Ancient History The earliest humans through the first great civilization
Lascaux, france Four boys found a cave with clues about what life was like long ago
Social Sciences scholars who study human society
Archeologists Study the past by examining objects that people have left behind
Artifacts anything made or used by people, such as clothing, tools,weapons and coins
Historians the recoarders of the past
Geographer Study the natural features of the earth such as water, landforms,plants,and animals. Theyalso look at human made features,such as towns,roads,bridges,and dams.Geographers create mapes from what they have learned
Created by: clea