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2 Chapter 1 Section 1 Early Humans

3 I. Before History (19-25) FA. Prehistory- the time period before people wrote down records. We know about prehistory from archeological and biological information

4 FB. Archaeology- the study of past societies by studying what they left behind (tools, weapons, artwork)

5 FC. Artifacts- Things left behind by past societies

6 FAnthropology- The study of past CULTURE through artifacts and human remains (fossils)

7 FE. Radiocarbon dating can measure the age of artifacts up to 50,000 years old

8 II. Early Stages of Development FA. Australopithecines- (southern apes) were the earliest human like beings discovered F1. They were the first to make stone tools FHominids- creatures that walk upright FA. Australopithecines- (southern apes) were the earliest human like beings discovered F1. They were the first to make stone tools FHominids- creatures that walk upright

9 FB. Homo erectus- lived about 1.5 million years ago, made more tools and could migrate to colder climates because they could make fire (upright man)

10 FC. Homo Sapiens- lived about 250,000 years ago (smart man)

11 FD. Homo sapiens sapiens- lived in Africa about 150,000 years ago, the first group to look like us

12 III. The Hunter Gatherers of the Old Stone Age FA. Paleolitic Age- (Old Stone Age)- the earliest period of human history (2,500, ,000 B.C.) F1. Paleolitic people hunted animals and gathered nuts, berries, fruits and wild grains F2. Nomads- people who move from place to place to follow vegitation cycles and animal migration FA. Paleolitic Age- (Old Stone Age)- the earliest period of human history (2,500, ,000 B.C.) F1. Paleolitic people hunted animals and gathered nuts, berries, fruits and wild grains F2. Nomads- people who move from place to place to follow vegitation cycles and animal migration

13 FB. Men hunted with spears, bows, arrows, harpoons, and fish hooks FC. women gathered food and stayed close to camp becasuse of raising and bearing children FB. Men hunted with spears, bows, arrows, harpoons, and fish hooks FC. women gathered food and stayed close to camp becasuse of raising and bearing children

14 FD. Men and women were equal because they were both needed to find food FE. Technology- what is made to stay alive and control the environment FD. Men and women were equal because they were both needed to find food FE. Technology- what is made to stay alive and control the environment

15 FF. Shelters were in caves and wood frames covered in hides FG. Fire was important for warmth, cooking and scaring away animals FF. Shelters were in caves and wood frames covered in hides FG. Fire was important for warmth, cooking and scaring away animals

16 FH. Art was produced on the walls of caves F1. Images were mostly of animals F2. Largest discovery of Paleolithic art was found in Lascaux, France FH. Art was produced on the walls of caves F1. Images were mostly of animals F2. Largest discovery of Paleolithic art was found in Lascaux, France


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