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Early Humans Review

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Abundance/Surplus More than 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 sculpture
Domesticate To adapt wild plants and animals for human use
History The written and other recorded events of people
Hunter-Gathers People who killed animals and collected nuts and berries for food
Ice Age A time when glaciers covered most of the land
Nomads People who have no settled home
Prehistory The time before history (time before writing was invented)
Systematic Agriculture Organized schedule of growing food on a regular basis
Shrine A place where people worship
Artifact Objects made by humans but later discovered
Paleolithic Old Stone Age
Mesolithic Middle Stone Age
Neolithic New Stone Age
Q- What major change took place during the Neolithic Age? A- Civilizations were made.
Q- How did humans live differently once they learned how to grow crops and domesticate animals? A- They stayed in stationary homes and made towns and cities.
Q- What does an archeologist do when they analyze an artifact? A- They look closer at the artifact and see what it was from and how old it may have been.
Created by: barkera