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Prehistory El Palo

Paleolithic Age (750,000 BCE - 10,000 B.C.E.) A period of time in human history Characterized by the use of stone tools and the use of hunting and gathering as a food source.
History The record of past events and the story of what happened to people in the past.
Prehistory The time before humans left written records
Stone Age A period of time during which early humans made lasting tools and weapons mainly from stone; the earliest known period of human culture
Homo Sapiens Sapiens The newest human breed of which all humans in the world today are decendents. Originated about 240,000 years ago in Africa.
Neolithic Age (10,000 BCE - 5000 BCE). A period of time in human history characterized by the development of agriculture and permanent settlements.
Bronze Age Period that began around 3000 B.C.E. when metalworking had become so commonplace in the Middle East that the use of stone tools dissipated. Marked the end of the stone ages.
Neolithic Revolution 10,000 - 8,000 BCE) The development of agriculture and the domestication of animals as a food source. This led to the development of permanent settlements and the start of civilization.
Stone tools Instruments made out of stone for hunting, cutting, sewing...
Bipedism Ability developed by humans to walk on two feet
Sedentarism In the Neolithic Age, different groups started to live in the same place permanently
Nomadism Hunter-gatherers groups in constant move chasing animals
Farming Growing crops to feed the village inhabitants
First animals to be domesticated Goats, sheeps and pigs
Inventions during the Neolithic Agriculture, farming and pottery
What type of metals were used during the Metal Age? Copper, bronze and iron
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