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braileykatlin

early humans vocab

vocab word definition
pre-history human history in the period before recorded events, mainly through archaeological descoveries, study, research,etc.; history of prehistoric humans.
history the branch of knowledge dealing with the past events.
Oral Tradotion a community's cultural and historical traditions passed down by word of mouth or example from one generationto another without written instuctions.
neolithic the new stone age;pertaining to, charateristic of the last phas eof the stone age, marked by demestication of animals, the development of stoned tools and metal, and manufatue of pottery and textiles.
forensis a systemactic,scientific approach to investigate and analyze physical evidence to solve a crime or answer scientific questions(ex: CSI or BONES televisioon shows)
radio-carbon dating the determination of the age of objects or organic orgin by measurement of radioactivity of their carbon content.
clovis
genetic drift random changes in frequency of alleles in a gene pool, usually of small populations.
archelologist the scientific study of historic or prehistoric people and their cultures by analysis of their artifacts,inscriptions,monuments,and other such remains,ecp. those that have been excavated.
Smithsonian Institution an institution in Washington D.C., founded 1846 with a grant left by James Smithson, for the increase and defussion of knowledge: U.S. national museum and repository.
N.A.G.P.R.A Native American Graves Preservation and Repatriation Act; law that requires that all ancient skeletons and gravesites in the United States be considered sacred Native American remains and turned over to selected tribes for reburial.
archelologist the scientific study of historic or prehistoric people and their cultures by analysis of their artifacts,inscriptions,monuments,and other such remains,ecp. those that have been excavated.
archelologist the scientific study of historic or prehistoric people and their cultures by analysis of their artifacts,inscriptions,monuments,and other such remains,ecp. those that have been excavated.
Smithsonian Institution an institution in Washington D.C., founded 1846 with a grant left by James Smithson, for the increase and defussion of knowledge: U.S. national museum and repository.
Smithsonian Institution an institution in Washington D.C., founded 1846 with a grant left by James Smithson, for the increase and defussion of knowledge: U.S. national museum and repository.
Caucasion Anthropology. of, pertaining to, or charateristic of one of the traditional racial divisions of humankind, marked by fair to dark skin, straight to tightly curled hair, and light to very dark eyes, and originally inhabiting Europe, parts of North
migration the process or act of migrating;movement by humans,animals, birds and ect.for the purpose of fallowing the the food supply, seasonal migration to nesting/spawning areas ect.
caucasion continues.......... america, western asia, idia:no longer in technical use.
N.A.G.P.R.A Native American Graves Preservation and Repatriation Act; law that requires that all ancient skeletons and gravesites in the United States be considered sacred Native American remains and turned over to selected tribes for reburial.
migration the process or act of migrating;movement by humans,animals, birds and ect.for the purpose of fallowing the the food supply, seasonal migration to nesting/spawning areas ect.
Caucasion Anthropology. of, pertaining to, or charateristic of one of the traditional racial divisions of humankind, marked by fair to dark skin, straight to tightly curled hair, and light to very dark eyes, and originally inhabiting Europe, parts of North
Nomads a people or tribe that has no perminant home but moves about from place to place, usually seasonally and often following a traditional route or circuit
ice age
caucasion continues.......... america, western asia, idia:no longer in technical use.
migration the process or act of migrating;movement by humans,animals, birds and ect.for the purpose of fallowing the the food supply, seasonal migration to nesting/spawning areas ect.
Nomads bearing, producing, or capable of producing vegetation, crops,ect.,abundantly; prolific:fertile soil.
atlatl spearor dart thrower made from wood or bone that acts as an extensionof the human arm allowing the projectileto be thrown with more force.
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