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time before there was writing prehistory
an early ancestor of humans hominid
a relative who lived in the past Ancestor
an object that has been modified to help a person tool
the first part of stone age; when people first used stone tools paleolithic era
a community of people who share a common culture society
people who hunt animals and gather wild plants, seeds, fruits, and nuts to survive hunters & gathers
to move to a new place migrate
long periods of freezing weather Ice age
a strip of land connecting two continentes land bridge
the middle part of the stone age; marked by the creation of smaller and more complex tools mesolithic era
the new stone age; when people learned to make fire and tools such as saws and drills neolithic era
the process of changing plants or animals to make them more useful to humans domestication
farming agriculture
a huge stone monument megaliths
Famous megalith
Archaeologist who believed that bones found in East Africa in 1959 belonged to hominids
To divide among a group of people
Name means "southern ape"
type of bone used to build early houses mammoth
famous megalith stonehenge
Mary Leakey
to divide among a group of people distribute
Name means" southern ape" Australopithecus
Created by: Hobbsb1
 

 



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