← History test fc Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- VENUS OF WILLENDORF
- SLASH AND BURN FARMING
- a ...
- b cut trees and grasses and burned them to clear a field, ashes fertilized soil, planted crops for a year or 2 then moved, process repeats.
- c Neanderthals where affected by cro-magnons, 40,000 to 8,000 B.C, found in Europe, fully modern humans, created art, LARGE BRAINS, N Africa to Europe and Asia, planned hunts, studied animal habits/stalked prey, populations grew, spoken language
- d Donald Johanson, Ethiopia, 1974, an unusually complete skeleton of an adult female hominid, 3.5 million years ago (oldest hominid found to that date).
- e Neander Valley, Germany, powerfully built, slanted brows, well-developed muscles, thick bones, 200,00 and 30,000 years ago, religious beliefs, rituals, resourceful (caves/temporary shelters), hunt, stone blades, scrapers, etc., survived from 170,00 years ago and mysteriously vanished 30,00 years ago.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- taming animals, came slowly, tamed horses, dogs, goats, pigs, driven herds of animals, pastoral nomads (wandering herders) tended sheep, goats, camels, etc.
- the earlier and longer part of the stone age, Old Stone Age, 2.5 million to 8000 B.C, oldest chopping tools. During Ice Age, glaciers advanced and retreated.
- reatures that walk upright. (australopithecines, homo habilis, homo erectus, Neanderthal, cro-magnon)
- primitive people, found on every continent, oldest- 35,000 years ago, hunting and daily activities
- nomadic groups whose food supply depends on hunting animals and collecting plant foods, cro-magnons, invented tools, special spears, digging sticks.
5 True/False Questions
NOMAD → before Christ/ common era
NEOLITHIC ERA → new Stone Age, 8000 B.C- 3000 B.C, polish stone tools, make pottery, grow crops, raise animals, glaciers retreated to same places that they occupy now.
ARTIFACT → primitive people, found on every continent, oldest- 35,000 years ago, hunting and daily activities
archaeologists/archaeology → study culture, examine artifacts found at archaeological digs, re-create picture of people's cultural behavior.
MARY and LOUIS LEAKY → 1970s lead an expedition to Tanzania in E Africa, found footprints representing those of modern humans, australopithecines.