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Early Humans

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TermDefinition
agriculture the raising of crops and livestock for food or for other products that are useful to humans
artifact objects made by humans, such as tools or weapons
civilization complex society with cities, organized government, art, religion, class divisions and a writing system
culture beliefs, customs, practices, and behavior of a particular nation or group of people
domesticate to tame animals and plants for human use
hunter-gatherer early humans that survived by hunting small animals and gathering plants
ice age a period of time during which surface temperatures dropped significantly and huge ice sheets spread out over the world
migration movement of people from one place to another
Neolithic Era New Stone Age
nomad people who move from place to place with the seasons in search of food
Paleolithic Era Old Stone Age; era which tools were first developed
prehistory time before written records
specialization assignment of tasks so that each worker performs fewer functions more frequently
Created by: traciae