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honesty
when you tell the complete truth
archaeologist
a scientist who studies artifacts to learn about the lives of early people
artifact
item such a pottery shard, a weopon, a tool, and jewlery that were made by humans, could also include fossils
shale
a type of rock that is formed in successive layers
anthropologist
a scientist who studies artifacts, cave drawings, well-traveled pathways and oral history to learn about the culture about a group of people
culture
the beliefs, traditions, music, art, and social institutions of a group of people who share common experiences
horticulture
the science of cultivating plants and trees
tribe
a group of people who share a common ancsestry,name, and way of living
antiquities
ancient relics
clan
a group of people that consider themselves related by by blood
archaic period
-horticultire was started
-grinding stone from this period found in fayette county.
3 major mounds in geaogia
-etowah one of the largest(near cartersville)
-kotomaki(near blakely)
-ocmulgee(near macon)
2 purposes for mounds/kiva
burial and cemermonies/underground chamber used for secret meetings
rock eagle
most pefect effigg mound in N.Am
3 theories of dissappearence of prehistoric indians
disease, war, and society collapsed