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Agricultural Origins

Origins of Agriculture

QuestionAnswer
Fertile Area of rich Farm land
Agriculture Farming
Domestication The process of changing plants or animals to make them more useful to humans
Origin Beginning
Latitude The east-west lines in the grid
Longitude The north-south
Prime Meridian An imaginary line that runs through Greenwich, England. It represents 0 degrees
Equator 0 degrees latitude, divides the northern and southern hemisphere
Artifact An object that was made by, and was useful to humans in the past
Civilization A society that is advanced socially
Fertile Crescent A piece of fertile land that was in between theTigris river and the Euphrates.
Hunter-gatherer A group of people that followed the path of animals to hunt, and gathered supplies and food in order to survive.
Migration Humans move from place to place
Created by: rusm86