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Unit 1 Lesson 1

5 ATHENA Unit 1 Lesson 1 Timelinks

vocabulary worddefinitionexample
adobe a type of clay traditionally used as a building material by Native Americans and later Spanish colonists in the Southwest The Hohokam made their homes from adobe, which helped them stay cool during the day and warm at night.
archaeologist a scientist who looks for and studies artifacts Archaeologists have found remains that show people may have reached the tip of South America.
civilization a culture that has developed complex systems of government, education, and religion. Civilizations usually have large populations with many people living in cities. The Maya civilization created a calendar.
glacier a large mass of ice The ship was damaged after it ran into a glacier.
irrigation a method of supplying dry land with water through a series of ditches and pipes Farmers use irrigation to water their crops.
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