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MCNEIL

MCNEIL

MCNEIL. PRODUCTIONS. Chapter 1 “The Peopling of the World” (Prehistory - 2500 BC). Section 1 “Human Origins in Africa”. Prehistory refers to the period of time before the invention of writing. Kinds of Evidence

By Ava
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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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Prehistory to History:

Prehistory to History:

Prehistory to History:. Issues and beginnings! . I. How do we signify time?. B.C./ A.D. Before Christ, Anno Domini Example: 64 BC, AD 2007 BCE/ CE Before Common Era, Common Era Example 64 BCE, CE 2007 Both use the year 1 as the start for the Common Era.

By rashida
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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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Geography Family Feud

Geography Family Feud

Geography Family Feud. Geography Family Feud. 1) A family system where men make most of the decisions. Geography Family Feud. 2) What is the first stage of culture?. Geography Family Feud. 3) Citizens who elect representatives who create laws is known as a. Geography Family Feud.

By tim
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Early Peoples through the Agricultural Revolution

Early Peoples through the Agricultural Revolution

Early Peoples through the Agricultural Revolution. © Student Handouts, Inc. www.studenthandouts.com. Scientists Who Study Prehistory. What Is Prehistory?. What is the Stone Age?.

By marijke
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Prehistoric Humankind

Prehistoric Humankind

Prehistoric Humankind. Major Periods of Human Culture bp=before present. PALEOLITHIC: Old Stone Age Lower paleolithic 2.5 million-75,000 bp Middle paleolithic 75,000-35,000 bp Upper paleolithic 35,000-12,000 bp MESOLITHIC: Middle Stone Age 12,000-10,000 bp NEOLITHIC: New Stone Age

By cytheria
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Early English History and Language

Early English History and Language

Early English History and Language. Pre-History – 1066 A.D . Overview of Periods of Early English History Pre-History—1066 A. D. Pre-Rome/Pre-History  up to 55 B. C. Roman Occupation  55 B. C. – 410 A. D. Anglo-Saxon Period  410 – 787 A. D. Viking Invasions  787 – 1066 A. D.

By ura
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The Rise of Agriculture and Agricultural Civilization

The Rise of Agriculture and Agricultural Civilization

The Rise of Agriculture and Agricultural Civilization. Chapter 1 EQs: What is the difference between the Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages? What role does Geography play in the early development of mankind? How did the discovery of agriculture lead to civilization?. The Paleolithic Era.

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Inquiry 1 Sedentarization

Inquiry 1 Sedentarization

Inquiry 1 Sedentarization. http://ramonadesignstudio.com/spacesImgs/prehistory03.jpg. http://www.fieldmuseum.org/museum_info/press/images/mammoths_wooly.jpg. http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2008/11/19/article-1087473-0288208A000005DC-751_468x507.jpg.

By dino
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Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies. Unit 1: Geography of Georgia/Georgia’s Beginnings Lesson 3: Prehistoric Peoples Study Presentation. Lesson 3: Prehistoric Peoples. ESSENTIAL QUESTION What were the major characteristics and time periods for the Paleo, Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian Periods?.

By nikkos
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AIM: How did early humans survive?

AIM: How did early humans survive?

AIM: How did early humans survive?. DO NOW: How do we know people lived thousands of years ago??. HW: Using the notes, create a drawing of a typical day of life in the Paleolithic Age. . TRACING THE MIGRATION (MOVEMENT) OF EARLY HUMANS. ACCORDING TO THE MAP, WHERE DID EARLY HUMANS ORIGIN?.

By Mercy
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Global Review

Global Review

Global Review. Early Civilizations. Hunters and Gatherers (Old Stone Age) Also called nomads, or people who moved from place to place. Social structure consisted of small groups of people that traveled together. Made simple tools and weapons, such as digging sticks and spears.

By rance
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Early Humans Chapter 1, Section 1

Early Humans Chapter 1, Section 1

Early Humans Chapter 1, Section 1. Vocabulary historian archaeologist artifact fossil anthropologist nomad technology domesticate specialization. Early Humans—Tools of Discovery. __________ is the story of humans in the past. Historians —________________________________.

By pooky
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How Early People Lived

How Early People Lived

How Early People Lived. Objective : To learn how early cultures grew out of people’s work together, and how people met their everyday needs through hunting and gathering. . The Earth And Early People. In earliest times, the Earth had long cold periods called Ice Ages .

By aldis
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Famous Structures

Famous Structures

Famous Structures. Mr. Gordon. Stonehenge – Paleolithic Era (Old Stone Age). Ziggurat – Mesopotamia (Sumer). Egyptian Pyramids. Parthenon -Athens. What are the three columns types?. Columns of Greece. Forum - Rome. Pantheon - Rome. Wailing Wall – Judaism (Jerusalem).

By zora
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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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Unit I: 8000 BCE to 600 CE

Unit I: 8000 BCE to 600 CE

Unit I: 8000 BCE to 600 CE. An 8600-year journey beginning with the transition from hunting and gathering to farming … all the way through the collapse of classical civilizations. Before History. What is the technical term for the “old stone age?”. Before History. Paleolithic Society.

By gudrun
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29 Outtakes

29 Outtakes

29 Outtakes. End of Class Slides Set # 29 Continue on to Set # 30. Bordes, The Old Stone Age (NY: Mc-Graw-Hill, 1968), p.142. . Neandertals and Other Archaics. “ Archaic” Homo sapiens. “Early” Homo is not the same as. “The Old Man” of La Chapelle-aux-Saints, France.

By eldon
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Chapter One: The Beginnings of Civilization

Chapter One: The Beginnings of Civilization

Chapter One: The Beginnings of Civilization. Defining “Civilized”. Urban life: permanent constructions System of regulatory government Class distinction (wealth and occupation) Tools/skills --> production/trade Written communication Shared system of religious belief

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