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Earliest Man Vocab

history The story of the past.
Artifact An object made in the past by a person
Primary Source Materials that were created during the time of study.
One who studies to remains of antiquity & excavates sites Archaeologist's
Ice Age Period when a large part of the earth was covered with Ice.
Stone Age Period when stone was used for tools and weapons
Chronology The arrangement of event: In the order of time in which they took place
Excavate To dig up a site in order to reveal an anything lying below the surface
Fossil Remains of a plant or animal from the past that has been preserved, usually because its organic material has been replaced by minerals.
Nomads People who move from place to place to find food or herd animals.
Hunter Gatherers
Domesticate To tame animals for Man’s use.
Interpret To explain something based on evidence.
The use of skills and tools to meet practical needs. Technology
Agriculture The raising of crop and animals or human use.
Surplus An extra supply of something.
Specialization Training to do particular kind of work.
Civilization the culture that has developed systems of specialization, religion, learning and government.
Trade to exchange of goods
Created by: jchavez