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civilization

paleolithic vs neolithic

TermDefinition
polytheistic A belief in many gods
artisans skilled craftspeople
culture The way of life of a society-which includes its beliefs, values and practices
cultural diffussion The spread of ideas customs and technologies from one people to another
technology The skills and tools people use to meet their basic needs and wants.
anthropologist People who study the origins of people
empire Groups of states or territories controlled by one ruler.
civilization A complex, highly organized social order
pictograph Simple drawings that look like the objects they represent
city-state Political unit that included a city and its surrounding lands and villages
Archeology Study of people/cultures through the material they left behind.
Neolithic Revolution Domestication of plants and animals that lead to the creation of permanent settlements, job specialization, a writing system, central government and organized religion.
Nomads/hunters and gatherers Early people who moved frequently as they searched for food they needed to survive.
Created by: Dcrawford