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Key Vocabulary History’s Detectives Hunter - Gatherers Early Humans Neanderthals vs. Homo Sapiens PotpourriSpreading Out Spirit World 100 200 300 400 100.

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1 Key Vocabulary History’s Detectives Hunter - Gatherers Early Humans Neanderthals vs. Homo Sapiens PotpourriSpreading Out Spirit World

2 Objects made and used by humans long ago. Artifacts 100

3 Scientists who study physical materials such as soil and rocks. Geologists 100

4 Hunters and Gathers spent most of their time doing this. Looking for food and trying to avoid dangerous animals. 100

5 The study of how human beings behave and interact is part of this science. Anthropology 100

6 Both Neanderthals and homo sapiens live during the Old Stone Age, also known as this. Paleolithic Era 100

7 Tools and skills that people use to meet their needs and wants. Technology 100

8 When people leave their homeland to live somewhere else. Migration 100

9 The time before written records were created Prehistory 200

10 Scientists who study human life in the past by examining things left behind. Archaeologists 200

11 These people move from place to place following food sources. Nomads 200

12 The discovery of these two led scientists to believe human life started in East Africa. Luci and Ardi 200

13 They had complex language skills. homo sapiens 200

14 The remains of plants, feathers, bones and even footprints. Fossils 200

15 People’s surroundings including climate, plants and animals. Environment 200

16 Wearing warmer clothing allowed early people to do this to their environment. Adapt 300 Daily Double How much would you like to wager?

17 Scientists would use this to determine the age of a prehistoric artifact. Radioactive Dating 300

18 The use of tools and this most improved the lives of humans during the Stone Age. Fire 300

19 The cave paintings at Lascaux and Altamira proved this about early humans. They were capable of complex thoughts and actions. 300

20 Both Neanderthals and homo sapiens had burial practices that probably meant that did this. Believed in life after death 300

21 Elements like beliefs and values that make up a way of life. Culture 300

22 As humans migrated, they had to _____ to many different _______. adapt / environments 300

23 Using sharpened blades to scrape flesh off of animal bones is an example of this. Technology 400

24 Scientists who would explain the differences between Neanderthals and homo sapiens. Anthropologists 400

25 Hunter – Gatherers did not live in clans but in these. Bands 400 DAILY DOUBLE How much would you like to wager?

26 This made it possible for early humans to migrate to colder climates. Taming of fire 400

27 They first appeared about 100,00 years ago. homo sapiens 400

28 The Era during which tools were firs developed. Old Stone Age / Paleolithic Era. 400

29 Three ways fire improved the life of migrating people. Warmth, cooking food, light at night, scaring off dangerous animals. 400

30 The belief that the natural world was filled with spirits. Animism 100

31 The earliest humans to bury their dead. Neanderthals 200

32 These two things suggest that early people practiced animism. Burial practices and artwork 300

33 Prehistoric people created these to honor the spirits of the animals they hunted. Cave paintings 400


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