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1 Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY

2 Theories on prehistory and early man constantly change as new evidence comes to light. - Louis Leakey, British paleoanthropologist

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4 1. 4,000,000 BCE – 1,000,000 BCE 2. 1,500,000 BCE ,000 BCE ,000 BCE – 30,000 BCE 4. 30,000 BCE -- 10,000 BCE Paleolithic Age: ( Old Stone Age ) 2,500,000 BCE to 8,000 BCE Paleolithic Age: ( Old Stone Age ) 2,500,000 BCE to 8,000 BCE

5 Paleolithic --> Old Stone Age 2,500,000 BCE – 10,000 BCE hunting (men) & gathering (women) small bands of humans NOMADIC (moving from place to place) Made tools

6 4,000,000 BCE – 1,000,000 BCE Hominids --> any member of the family of two-legged primates that includes all humans. Australopithecines An Apposable Thumb

7 HOMO HABILIS ( Man of Skills ) HOMO HABILIS ( Man of Skills ) found in East Africa. created stone tools.

8 Humans during this period found shelter in caves. Cave paintings left behind. Purpose??Purpose??

9 1,6000,000 BCE – 30,000 BCE HOMO ERECTUS ( Upright Human Being ) Larger and more varied tools --> primitive technology First hominid to migrate and leave Africa for Europe and Asia. First to use fire ( 500,000 BCE ) BIPEDALISM

10 Are we all Africans under the skin????

11 200,000 BCE – 10,000 BCE HOMO SAPIENS ( Wise Human Being ) Neanderthals ( 200,000 BCE – 30,000 BCE ) Cro-Magnons ( 40,000 BCE – 10,000 BCE )

12 NEANDERTHALS:NEANDERTHALS: Neander Valley, Germany (1856) First humans to bury their dead. Made clothes from animal skins. Lived in caves and tents.

13 NEANDERTHALSNEANDERTHALS Early Hut/Tent

14 CRO-MAGNONs:CRO-MAGNONs: Homo sapiens sapiens ( Wise, wise human ) By 30,000 BCE they replaced Neanderthals. WHY???

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16 70,000 BCE – 10,000 BCE

17 Neolithic New Stone Age 10,000 BCE – 4,000 BCE Gradual shift from: Nomadic lifestyle settled, stationery lifestyle. Hunting/Gathering agricultural production and domestication of animals.

18 8,000 BCE – 5,000 BCE Agriculture developed independently in different parts of the world. SLASH-AND-BURN Farming Middle East India Central America China Southeast Asia 8,000 BCE 7,000 BCE 6,500 BCE 6,000 BCE 5,000 BCE Middle East India Central America China Southeast Asia 8,000 BCE 7,000 BCE 6,500 BCE 6,000 BCE 5,000 BCE

19 Development of Agriculture Development ? ? ? ?

20 Why do you think the development of agriculture occurred around the same time in several different places?

21 Why do some archaeologists believe that women were the first farmers?

22 Growing crops on a regular basis made possible the support of larger populations. More permanent, settled communities emerged. 9,000 BCE Earliest Agricultural Settlement at JARMO ( northern Iraq ) wheat

23 8,000 BCE Largest Early Settlement at Çatal Hüyük ( Modern Turkey ) 6,000 inhabitants Division of labor Engaged in trade Organized religion Small military 12 cultivated crops An obsidian dagger

24 Çatal Hüyük

25 What role did the food supply play in shaping the nomadic life of hunter-gatherers and the settled life of the farmers?

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30 AdvancedCities SpecializedWorkers ComplexInstitutions Record-Keeping AdvancedTechnology


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