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Prehistory

Paleolithic to Neolithic

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This era is defined when people were nomadic hunter/gathers and fished for food. Paleolithic
This shift to this era occurred when people learned to farm. Neolithic
Study of people, their environments, and their resources Geography
Period of time before writing systems were invented Prehistory
Way of life of a society that is handed down from one generation to the next by learning and experience culture
Study of past people and cultures Archaeology
Object made by human beings artifact
Person who moves from place to place in search of food Nomad
Tame animals and crops for the purpose of cultivation Domesticate
Complex, highly organized social order Civilization
Believing in many gods Polytheistic
Skilled craftworker Artisan
Drawing used to represent a word Pictogram
Political unit made up of a city and the surrounding lands City-State
Group of states or territories controlled by one ruler Empire
5 Themes of Geography movement, location, place, region, human-environment interaction
8 basic features of Civilization cities, organized government, complex religions, job specialization, social classes, arts & architecture, public works, writing
Created by: mmetz