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Period before writing was developed.
Prehistory
before
studies of past societies, by what they left behind.
archaelogy
manmade tools, pottery, weapons, buildings and household items of early people.
artifact
___fact
study of human life and culture
anthropology
remains of humans and artifacts (organisms) or created by organisms
fossil
people found these from back in the day.
earliest human life like creatures that walk upright to make stone tools. (southern apes); 1st nominids.
austalopitheahe
creatures that walk upright to make stone tools.
hominid
wise human; 2 subgroups.
homo sapiens
1st in Neander Valley, Germany; relied on stone; 1st to bury the dead.
Neanderthal
Wise, wise human; modern man
Homo Sapien Sapiens
early human history 2,500,000 to 10,000,000 BC; humans used stones (old stoneage)
Paleolithic Age
people moved place to place followed migrations of animals and vegitation cycles.
homad
upright humans; 1st to leave africa; used tools and fire.
Homo erectus
UPRIGHT
people:

seached for clues on early human life. Discovered earth's earliest human.
L & M Leaky
people:

discoverd autalopitheanes.
D Jonanson
Revolution that occured in Neolithic Age. "New stone"
Neolithic Revolution
Shift from the hunting of animals and gathering of foods, etc.
Systematic Agriculture
(adaptation for human use) of animals added a steady source of meath, milk, etc.
Domestication
a skilled craftsperson who makes products such as weapons and jewelry.
artsan
3,000 to 12,000 BC characterized by the widespread use for bronze at tools and weapons.
Bronze Age
the way of life a person foloows a group of people.
culture
a complex culture in which large numbers of people share a number of common element (religion and art)
civilazation
a king/queen who rules a kingdom
monarch
people:

in habitans of present-day mexico and central america; gree beans, squash and corn between 7,000 and 5,000 BC
mesoamericans
supervised retails. (religous leader)
priest