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Chapter 3 Test

Chapter 3 test

QuestionAnswer
About how many years ago did the New Stone Age begin? 12,000 Years ago
Once people learned how to build fires, they were able to __________ Survive in the cold climate
Art from ancient times is important because _. There are no written records from these times
The surplus food produced by agriculture helped people in the New Stone Age because_ Non-farmers were able to train for other jobs
Stone Age people used technology when they ______. Shaped stones to use in hunting
Scientists believe that life probably began approximately_. 2,000,000 years ago (2 million)
The burial of the baby by the Indian Ocean showed the beginning of ____ Religion
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both?Period in history approximately 40,000 to 12,000 years ago Old
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both?Period in history approximately 12,000 to 6,000 years ago New
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both? Had religious beliefs Both
New Stone Age or Old Stone Age? Main occupation was hunting-gathering. Old
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both? Had cave art. Both
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both?Had stone tools Both
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both? People lived in communities. New
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both? Agriculture and domestication was the most common form of technology New
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both?Lived in a cold climate Old
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both?Had a larger variety of plants and animals New
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both?Had tools made of metal New
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both?Had clothes made of animal skins Both
New Stone Age, Old Stone Age , or Both? Were nomadic. Old
To ___________________ is to train plants and animals to be useful to humans Domesticate
The ___________________ was a period beginning roughly 12,000 years ago and ending roughly 6,000 years ago New Stone Age
A __________________is an extra supply of something. Surplus
A ____________________ is a culture that has developed a systems of specialization, religion, learning and government. Civilization
______________________ is the period in time when stone tools were the most common technology Old Stone Age
This is the use of skills and tools to meet practical needs _____________________________________________ Technology
People that meet their needs by hunting and gathering plants were know as _____________________________________ Hunter-gatherers
______________________is the exchange of goods. Trade
__________________________ The raising of crops and animals for human use Agriculture
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