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Pre-history

Covers both the Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages

TermDefinition
Domestication Breeding plants and animals for desirable characteristics.
Hominids Extinct species that are similar to Homo sapiens.
Paleolithic Age Old Stone Age
Nomad A person or group who migrates in search of food.
Agricultural Revolution The invention of plant and animal domestication.
Aleppo, Jericho, and Catal Huyek The world's earliest permanent settlements.
Archaeology The study of artifacts.
Neolithic Age New Stone Age.
Pre-history Refers to any time period before humans had written languages.
Artifact Any man-made item from the past.
Radio-carbon dating The scientific process that allows historians t determine the age of organic materials. like fossils.
Landbridge Allowed Paleolithic humans to migrate from Asia to North America.
East Africa The place where the species Homo sapiens began.
Homo sapiens Humans.
Irrigation Bringing water to crops.
Created by: Jamesp313