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Transition to Agriculture

Transition to Agriculture

Transition to Agriculture. Left: Mammoth bone hut, Northern Europe: 20,000 ya. Middle: Paleo-Indian life in Museum of Florida History: 12,000 ya. Bottom: Tool progression from Oldowan to upper palaeolithic. Upper Palaeolithic – Hotbed of Culture. 40 – 10k yBP Shelters 15,000 ya Ukraine

By Antony
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The Dawn of History and the Beginning of Civilization

The Dawn of History and the Beginning of Civilization

The Dawn of History and the Beginning of Civilization. Old Stone Age/Paleolithic Age. Earliest people thought to live in East Africa Lived in small hunting groups (20-30) They were nomads Evidence of religion and art left 30,000 years ago.

By albert
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The First People

The First People

The First People. Dating System. BC or BCE BC = Before Christ BCE = Before Common Era AD or CE AD = Anno Domini (what’s it mean?) CE = Common Era. How old is it?. Artifacts Archaeologists gather artifacts and other clues from dig site Carbon-14

By Samuel
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The Ancient World: Prehistoric, Mesopotamian, and Egyptian Civilizations

The Ancient World: Prehistoric, Mesopotamian, and Egyptian Civilizations

The Ancient World: Prehistoric, Mesopotamian, and Egyptian Civilizations. First Humans. ca. 300,000 B.C.E. – Neanderthal ca. 200,000 B.C.E. – Homo sapiens in Africa; 35,000 years ago established in Europe Made tools Cooked with fire Buried dead in ritual ceremonies

By franz
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Ancient River Valley Civilizations Review

Ancient River Valley Civilizations Review

1. 20. 10. 26. 10. 20. 1. 2. 11. 21. 27. 2. 11. 21. 3. 12. 28. 22. 12. 3. 22. Ancient River Valley Civilizations Review. 4. 23. 13. 13. 5. 1. 4. 6. 2. 14. 5. 24. 14. 5. 7. 3. 6. 15. 25. 8. 15. 4. 6. 7. 26. 16. 16. 23. 7. 29. 27. 8. 17. 17. 24.

By vine
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THE NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION

THE NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION

THE NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION. Instructional Goal : Students will know the implications of the term "revolution" and understand the precursors of civilization.

By hedia
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History of Architecture

History of Architecture

History of Architecture. 1- Prehistoric Architecture. Savage. Barbarian. Prehistoric Architecture. Stone age Paleolithic ( Old Stone Age )- appeared first in Africa and are marked by the steady development of stone tools

By angelito
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Chapter 2: From Village Community to City-State

Chapter 2: From Village Community to City-State

Chapter 2: From Village Community to City-State . Introduction Transition to settled communities began about 10,000 B.C.E. Why change? Appealing theory points to population pressure Villages promoted agricultural productivity as well as cultural creativity.

By king
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Civilization Case Study: Ur in Sumer

Civilization Case Study: Ur in Sumer

Civilization Case Study: Ur in Sumer. Chapter 1 Section 3. Key Terms. Civilization Specialization Artisan Institution Scribe Cuneiform Bronze Age Barter Ziggurat. Villages Grow into Cities. Economic changes Irrigation systems for more crops Food surplus Develop other skills

By ilana
(507 views)

Ancient River Valley Civilizations Review

Ancient River Valley Civilizations Review

1. 20. 10. 26. 10. 20. 1. 2. 11. 21. 27. 2. 11. 21. 3. 12. 28. 22. 12. 3. 22. Ancient River Valley Civilizations Review. 4. 23. 13. 13. 5. 1. 4. 6. 2. 14. 5. 24. 14. 5. 7. 3. 6. 15. 25. 8. 15. 4. 6. 7. 26. 16. 16. 23. 7. 29. 27. 8. 17. 17. 24.

By blythe
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STONEHENGE

STONEHENGE

STONEHENGE. Not just another bunch of rocks. The stones were roped off so the tourists would not be able to touch the stones. The following photos are of Stonehenge as I walked around the structure.

By kyrie
(144 views)

The First Humans

The First Humans

The First Humans. I. Origins of Civilization. Homo erectus and Homo sapiens migrated from Africa to Europe and Asia. Stone Age: 2 mil- 4,000 yrs ago Paleolithic (Old Stone Age)- to 10,000 yrs ago Neolithic (New Stone Age) Hunters/Gatherers Men hunted big game (mammoths, mastodons, etc)

By claudia
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History of the Horse

History of the Horse

History of the Horse. Equine Science & Technology. History of the Horse. Class Mammalia : Mammals, or warm-blooded, hairy animals that produce their young alive and suckle them for a variable period on a secretion from the mammary glands.

By kalila
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Intro to Art History

Intro to Art History

Intro to Art History. Art History. A. Art History – focuses on recreating social, cultural, and economic contexts in which an artwork was created 1) Goal of art history -> understand the artwork and its meaning B. Art history is not definite!

By samuru
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Hunters and Gatherers to Farmers

Hunters and Gatherers to Farmers

Hunters and Gatherers to Farmers. How did the development of agriculture change life in the Neolithic Age?. Paleolithic Age. The “Old Stone Age” from 2 million years ago to 8000 B.C.E. Begins with tool-making hominids (Homo Habilis ) Hunter-gatherers, nomads wandering from place to place.

By umeko
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Settlement

Settlement

Settlement. Chapter 4 Human environment elective. Settlement : a place where people live. Settlements vary in size, location and functions.

By avon
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Quiz 2

Quiz 2

Quiz 2. Early Civilizations. 1. Old Stone Age people obtained their food by all of the following means, EXCEPT a. farming b. hunting c. scavenging d. gathering fruits, berries, and roots.

By almira
(143 views)

Prehistoric Times

Prehistoric Times

Prehistoric Times. “Time has changed but not basic problems.”. By the end of this lesson you should be able to…. Explain the differences between the Old Stone Age and the New Stone Age

By ranae
(83 views)

Cities and Civilizations

Cities and Civilizations

Cities and Civilizations. Cities and Civilizations Seminar. We begin at about 8,000 BC when village life began in the New Stone Age. . . Also known as the Neolithic Revolution . NEW STONE AGE. What is the REVOLUTION ? A TOTALLY new way of living:. From . Hunter-Gatherers.

By ernst
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Mr. McEntarfer * HSLPS

Mr. McEntarfer * HSLPS

Mr. McEntarfer * HSLPS. Aim: How did the Neolithic Revolution change society? Do Now: What do you know about cavemen? Jot down up to three bullet points under the title “cavemen”. The Paleolithic Age. Paleolithic – Old Stone Age

By danica
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