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Fossil The trace or imprint of plant or animal that has been preserved in rock
nomad person who regular moves from place to place
archeologist scientist who leans about past human life by stodging fossils and artifacts
cuneiform Sumerian writing
irrigation a way to water fields using dames and water ways
artifact weapons, tools, and other things made by humans
anthropologist scientist who focus on human society
Mesopotamia land between rivers
city-sate has it's own government and is not part of any lager unit
civilization complex societies
what do historians call the early period of human history stone age
what was the paleolithic age and what did people use (tame) to help them survive fire
what technology was the most important one used by the paleolithic people tools
what revolutionary change took place during the Neolithic age farming
name two well-know Neolithic communities Jericho, Catal Huyuk
where did the earliest civilizations arise? Why are these locations chosen? by water. Because they needed the water for their crops and so they could fish and trade
what were ziggiurats A temple use for worship
sumerians that were skilled making metal, cloth, and pottery products were know as what? scribes
what was Hammurabi best know? for his law code
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