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Foss Early Humans

QuestionAnswer
Abundant/ Surplus More then what is needed
Archaeologist A scientist who examines objects to learn about the past peoples and cultures
Artisan A skilled worker who practices a trade, such as jewelry making, ceramics, or sculptures
Domesticate To adapt wild animals for human use
History The written and other recorded events of people
Hunters and Gatherers People who killed animals and collected nuts and berries for food
ice age A time when glaciers covered most of the land
Nomad People who have no settled homes
Prehistory The time before history
Systematic Agriculture Organized schedule of growing food on a regular basis
Shrine A place where people worshiped
Old Paleolithic Hunters and gatherers, Nomads, tools stones and sticks
Middle Mesolithic Transition to agriculture, use of fire, advanced tools spheres knives bow and arrows
New Neolithic Agriculture Revolution, Systematic agriculture, population growth made villages
Created by: fossh