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Archeology Unit

terms used with Archeology unit

archeology study of past civilizations
artifacts objects that humans used in the past
domestication tamed or brought in for human use
maize corn (smaller ears)
culture the traditions, customs, beliefs, habits and technology of a group of people
Beringia land bridge believed to have joined Asia and North America
Mesoamerica Central of Middle America
prehistoric before written record
B.C.E before the common era
C.E. the common era
barter exchanging goods for goods (no currency used)
pictograph a diagram or graph using pictured objects to convey ideas or information
shard a broken piece of pottery
Three Sister beans, corn and squash
anomaly something irregular or abnormal
Stone Age first known period of prehistoric human culture; use of stone tools
nomad someone who moves around
sedentary someone who stays in one area and does not move
Created by: sandychristian