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Early Human 2014


Forager A person seeking or obtaining food.
Hunter Gatherer People who hunt and gather food.
Neolithic The last phase of the stone age.
Paleolithic The early phase of the stone age.
Revolution A sudden complete change in something.
Surplus Anything that is left over.
Collective Learning Learning as a group.
Adaptation Adjustments that help something to live.
Agriculture Farming
Archaeology The study of the past through artifacts.
Archaeologist Someone who studies archaeology
Culture A persons way of life.
Domestication Training plants and animals for human use.
Ancient Really old
Historical Origin When and where something began.
Social Problem A problem that effects a society.
Migration To move to a different location.
Pastoralism The practice of herding.
Created by: bconway