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Human Origins ch1
|Refers to A society's knowledge, art, beliefs, customs, and values.
|Objects that people in the past made or used, such as coins, pottery, and tools.
|Found skull fragments in East Africa that were more than 1.75 million years old.
|Refers to humans and early humanlike beings that walked upright.
|Found a partial Australopithecine skeleton.
|Found a hominid fossil in Olduvai Gorge, located in Tanzania.
|A period where people mainly made tools from stone.
|Someone who moves from place to place as they follow migrating animals.
|Someone who hunts, fishes, and gathers wild plants, berries, nuts, and other foods.
|The belief that all things in nature have spirits.
|The era where more sophisticated tools were made.
|The selective growing or breeding of plants and animals to make them more useful to humans.
|People who ranged over wide areas and kept herds of livestock on which they depended for food and other items.
|Huge stones, for burial or spiritual purposes.
|The era where people started to make items from Bronze.
|Division Of Labor
|The economic arrangement in which each worker specializes in a particular task or job.
|Skilled craftspeople who devoted their time to crafts such as basketry, carpentry, metalwork, or pottery
|The spread of ideas, beliefs, customs, and technology from one culture to another.
|The shift to farming.
|Economic decisions made based on customs, traditions, and rituals.