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The World - Chapter 1 (Early Man)
Terms in this set (23)
the way individuals and groups react with their environment including the technology, customs, beliefs, and art
the study of how people have developed and lived in cultural groups
feature of earth's surface such as a valley, plain, hill, or mountain.
study of the relationship between physical features, climates, and people.
a long time before people developed systems, writing, and written language.
the study of past cultures through the things that remain, such, as buildings, tools, or pottery.
scientist who uncovers evidence from the past.
object made by people long ago
to move from one place to another
huge sheet of ice
the way in which humans produce the items they use.
to tame wild animals or cultivate plants for human use.
place where archaeologist go to uncover artifacts
person who travels from place to place without a permanent home.
the different roles that people have in a society
the raising of plants and animals for human use.
average weather conditions in an area over a long period of time.
a method of judging the age of things that lived long ago
Old Stone Age
Humans made little progress in technology. People used tools made of wood, horn, antler, bone and stone.
New Stone Age
Humans greatly improved their technology. People began using polished rock as a tool. Humans began farming and domesticating animals.
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