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History Unit 1 Test
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People who study the past are called?
A social scientist that studies roads, dams, towns or mountains, rivers etc is called a...
A social scientist that studies books and other documents is called a...
A social scientist that studies human made artifacts is called a...
The text book compares social scientists to?
According to the text, what does the term prehistoric mean?
before written history
According to the text, what does the term artifact mean?
an object made or used by people in the past
According to the text, what does the term social scientist mean?
Scholars who study human society
According to the text, what does the term ritual mean?
relating to a ceremony such as a religious ceremony
What types of activities do archaeologists do?
What is one example of a human made feature that a geographer might study?
What question is the one question that is most difficult to answer, regarding artifacts and paintings?
Why did people paint in caves
What to social scientists conclude about the spears that cave people created with great detail?
They concluded that hunting was incredibly important to them.
What types of activities do geographers do?
They study natural features of the earth and they look at human-made features.
What types of activities do historians do?
Record the past
What do geographers create to show what they have learned?
What is the first question historians ask?
What happened in the past?
What are some questions that archaeologists ask?
Who lived here in this place?
When did they live?
What were they like?
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