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Chapter 1 - The Peopling of The World
Terms in this set (21)
are human-made objects, such as tools and jewelry. These items might hint at how people dressed, what work they did, or how they worshiped
a people's unique way of life or what anthropologists study.
humans and other creatures that walk upright, such as australopithecines
the earlier and longer part of the stone age
the new stone age, where people learned to polish tools, make pottery, grow crops, and raise animals.
ways of applying knowledge, tools, and inventions to meet their needs
the species name for modern humans also means wise men
were highly mobile people who moved from place to place
nomadic groups whose food supply depends on hunting animals and collecting plant foods
the agricultural revolution; the far-reaching changes in human life resulting from the beginnings of farming
to cut trees or grasses and burn them to clear a field for farming
the taming of animals
is often defined as a complex culture with five characteristics:
1. Advanced cities
2. Specialized workers
3. Complex institutions
4. Record keeping
5. Advanced technology
the development of skills in a specific kind of work
skilled workers who make goods by hands
a long lasting pattern of organization in a community
professional record keepers
a system of pictographs created by scribes
the time when people began using bronze, rather than copper and stone, to fashion tools and weapons.
trading/ services without using money
a pyramid shaped monument which means "mountain of god"
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