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Old & New Stone Ages

Migration Moving at season change to where food and water are available.
Society A group of humans put together by interest; relationship of common culture.
Hunter-gatherer Gets food by collecting plants and hunting animals.
Nomadic Moving from place to place; nomads- wanderers.
Tools Spears, digging stichs, etc. used to plant and hunt.
Hominid Early human and other human-like creatures.
Artifacts Human-made objects such as tool, weapon, jewelry etc.
Clan Group that shares common ancestors.
Paleolithic Old stone Age from about 2.5 million BC to 8000 BC.
Neolithic New stone age from about 8000 BC to 3000 BC.
Domesticate To tame, such as farm animals.
Archaeologist Scientist who studies past cultures by examining their remains such as graves, tools and other artifacts dug up from the ground.
Agricultural Revolution Change or shift in lifestyle due to argriculture occuring during the Neolithic age also known as the Neolithic. Agricultural Revolution.
Bronze Age Time near the end of the Neolithic Age when people started using bronze.
Fossil Evidence of early life preserved in rocks.
Stonehenge Group of standing stones in England thought to be a religious center or astronomical observatory; it is an example of an archaeological site begun during the Neolithic Era and completed during the Bronze Age.
Site An archaeological dig.
Carbon dating Test determining the age of an ancient object by finding how much carbon 14 is in it.
Created by: MMS 8th