Ppt on new stone age

Set up a Proper Heading Topic: Old Stone Age DO NOW: Answer this in your notebook If snow covered the Earth millions of years ago, how did the early people.

culturevalues governmentcustom religionsociety legacyarcheologist oral traditionsgeography How Early People Lived Ice Age glacier Old Stone Age nomad The Beginning of Village Life New Stone Age civilization domesticate cultivate specialize artisan technology Catal Huyuk Vocabulary history Prehistory/on your knowledge of the Stone Age? NEW STONE AGE NEW STONE AGE The Earth grew warmer! The ice melted. This enabled the early people to what? Settle in one place and FARM! New Stone Age- Began around 8000 BCE /


“Describe the hunter-gatherer societies, including the development of tools and the use of fire.” The Paleolithic Era Old Stone Age: 40,000 B.C. to 10,000.

the nomadic lifestyle, construction of permanent communities, the beginning of private property, development of specialized occupations, increase in food supply, and population growth. Neolithic Age--- New Stone Age: ca.10,000 to ca. 3500 B.C.E. The Agricultural Revolution! Neolithic Age--- New Stone Age: ca. 10,000 to ca. 3500 B.C. The Agricultural Revolution! Instead of wandering around, hunting for game and gathering berries...many people/


The Three Ages: Understanding Periodization Al Bayan 2015.

were discovered, and finally iron -made artifacts were found closest to the surface. This suggested that metal technology developed later than stone-made tools. The Stone Age The Stone Age can be broken into 3 parts: Paleolithic/Old Stone Age Mesolithic/Middle Stone Age Neolithic/New Stone Age Paleolithic Period Covers the greatest portion of humanitys time (roughly 99% of "human technological history," extending from 2.5 or 2.6 million years/


Social Studies Stone age/early civilizations Extinction happens every day, what makes you think humans are any different? Why was stone age technology.

very long time. There is some argument as to what this art was for. Was it art as art, or art as a form of religion? “Neo” means new “Lithic” means stone Neolithic means new stone age. The Neolithic Agricultural Revolution was the change from the Paleolithic period to the Neolithic Period. The thing that allowed for this change was the discovery of agriculture. It/


The Stone Age. Lucy – discovered 1974 Old Stone Age (Paleolithic Era) The term Stone age is used to describe the time when people used simple stone tools.

10,000 B.C. Also called the agricultural revolution At the end of the last Ice Age the world began warming and new crops began to grow The New Stone Age begins (Neolithic Era) This began the shift from hunting and gathering food to farming People /domesticated and tamed wild animals like dogs, sheep and goats What was life like during the New Stone Age? Social Structure - People no longer had to move to find food They were able to settle down. Result? Villages develop/


Pre-Historic Art. 2,500,000 BC LOWER PALEOLITHIC ERA BEGINS The first of three time periods of the Paleolithic - an era which witnessed several Ice Ages.

considered the creation of figurative art to be a key indicator in human evolution. These new finds reveal the outstanding artistry of the Stone Age inhabitants of the Swabian Jura and chronicle an aesthetically-appreciative culture that was far from /rather a reflection of human introspection. 4, 000 NEOLITHIC ERA Mesolithic Era ends in Europe, superceded by the Neolithic (New Stone Age), a much more settled form of existence, based on farming and rearing of domesticated animals. (Light plough introduced in/


Paleolithic Age & Neolithic Age. Please take out a blank sheet of paper. Flip the paper so that the longest side is horizontal. Divide the sheet into.

and answer the following questions: 1. What is a nomad? 2. How did agriculture (farming) change the way humans lived? 3. What is the main difference between the old and new stone ages? Clear your desk of everything except a writing utensil. You will have five minutes to complete your quiz. 1. For most of human existence we hunted or gathered our food/


What is an Age? An age can be defined as a period in history based on the most advanced tools that were being used at the time. Stone age – man used stone.

– Human EvolutionHuman Evolution *teachers, you’ll need to sign in Different Stone Age eras The Stone Age can be broken down into 3 different eras, or time periods. 1.Paleolithic – the old stone age 2.Mesolithic – the middle stone age 3.Neolithic – the new stone age What do all 3 ages have in common? During this time period man used stone tools Word of advice, Durk…It’s the Mesolithic period…we’ve/


Outdoor Games: Tasc: To create an invasion game suitable for Stone Age Life. Dance: Tasc: To create a dance with a partner, considering meeting and parting,

and experiences of men, women and children in the Stone Age. *Bronze Age religion, technology and travel, for example, Stonehenge *Pupils should be taught about changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Additional Information: *Identity Stone Age on a timeline. *Research the Stone Age era with a given criteria: food, weather, settlements/ are found in sedimentary rock and explore how fossils are formed. PSHE/SEAL New Beginnings – Belonging, dealings with feeling of being scared facing something/


ANCIENT IRELAND. Mesolithic Age in Ireland ANCIENT IRELAND Mesolithic Age in Ireland Neolithic Age in Ireland.

Warrior Aristocrats from Spain & Rhine Valley spread this new technology throughout Europe. Better pottery and new skills in metal working. Religious practices were changing The Bronze Age in Ireland The Beaker Folk –Bronze Age technology spread Warrior Aristocrats from Spain & Rhine Valley spread this new technology throughout Europe. Better pottery and new skills in metal working. Religious practices were changing –Stone Circles appeared for the first time.


MEASURING TIME.

it grew wild. Neanderthals – early humans that lived around 150,000 years ago. Culture – beliefs, attitudes, art, customs, and traditions. The Stone Age Culture – beliefs, attitudes, art, customs, and traditions. Mesolithic Era – “Middle Stone Age”, 8500 BCE to 8000 BCE. Neolithic Era – “New Stone Age”, 8000 BCE to 3000 BCE. Paleolithic Era - Humans developed the earliest known tools. - Survived on plants and scavenged meat. - Learned to control/


By Dr.Aiman AL Solumany (R2) King Fahd General Hospital

and whites about 25% of patients with kidney stones have a family history of kidney stones. Age and Sex Peak - 20-40 years old M : F - 3:1 F > M - stones 2nd to infections or abN EPIDEMIOLOGY OF RENAL /50 mg per 24 hours. Hypercalciuria is seen often. Pathopysiology of Stone Formation (calcium stone ) Pathopysiology of Stone Formation (calcium stone ) therapy of RTA :. Alkali therapy decreases stone growth and new stone formation, delays the development of nephrocalcinosis, normalizes retarded growth in /


An International Perspective on the New European Standards and CE Marking in the Stone Sector The Natural Stone & Building Conservation Conference 2008.

London (1979 -1984) The British leadership in design meets the Italian leadership in NS production and management of stone projects Stansted Airport Terminal (1991) MAA 1993 (Marble Architectural Awards) 10 Ludgate Place, London (1992) MAA 1993 Broadgate, London MAA 1993 The New Millennium A new age in which the competition in the NS sector is very high. Europe is not the only player anymore/


Prehistoric Humankind

bp Upper paleolithic 35,000-12,000 bp MESOLITHIC: Middle Stone Age 12,000-10,000 bp NEOLITHIC: New Stone Age Began 10,000 bp BRONZE AND IRON AGES: Civilization Began 5000 bp The Paleolithic Period Paleolithic Period Began 2 1/2 Million Years Ago Also called Old Stone Age culture Characterized by the use of rudimentary chipped stone tools Hominids, Homo habilis, Homo erectus, Homo sapiens -- Neanderthal and/


1.2 Turning Point: The Neolithic Revolution

paintings show people too. The paintings often lie deep in caves, far from the band’s living quarters. The New Stone Age Begins with Farming By producing their own food, people no longer need to roam in search of animals, fish,/ clay to create pottery for cooking and storage. Checkpoint What new technologies did people invent as a result of agriculture. Terms and People Old Stone Age Paleolithic Period New Stone Age Neolithic Period Nomad Animism Neolithic Revolution Domesticate Catalhuyuk Jericho Create a/


Living in the Stone Age. Examining History: Prehistory  PRE-HISTORY- period before written history  Approximately 1.75 million years ago, earliest people.

raw materials and ornaments  Emergence of sculptures, paintings and crafted objects that showcased beauty and religion “Lithos” = stone Paleolithic Age  Greek “paleo” means “old”  Upper Paleolithic age was 50 000 – 10 000 years ago Neolithic Age  Greek “neo” means “new”  Neolithic Revolution occurred between 9000 – 4000 BCE Comparing the Stone Ages PALEOLITHIC  small groups of 5-10 families  Nomadic to semi- nomadic  Closer relationships between bands of/


The Stone Angel Margaret Laurence.

easy, or that the long habits of the past can simply be discarded without a trace. The Stone Angel - Themes We will examine the following: Pride; Aging and the loss of independence; Intolerance; Duty and Responsibility General Review of the Novel Although Margaret Laurence/near to the fish cannery, long since closed. It is in a valley near the sea. She inspects it with approval. Her new abode leads into another flashback, to her memories of her life after she left Bram, when she worked as a housekeeper for /


Survey of Art I History of Art

el-Bahri in 1953, before restoration. The temple of Thutmose III lies between them, unexcavated. Colossus of Akhenaten from Amarna - New Kingdom - 18th Dynasty - circa 1353 BC Aten the sun god, represented by the disk, extends his arm-like rays down /wall painting in the tomb of Nefertari, 1290-1224 B.C. The Rosetta Stone The Rosetta Stone Jean- Francois Champollion was born in Figeac, south France on December 23, 1790. At the age of 18, Champollion was well-versed in Arabic, Calidonian, Syrianic and Coptic/


The Stone Ages and Early Cultures UNIT 1 Chapter 2.

communities Tools became smaller Pottery and the use of the bow developed Neolithic Developed Agriculture and weaving (better clothing) Neolithic means new stone age. Also known as the Agricultural Revolution. “Neo” means new “Lithic” means stone Developed Agriculture and weaving (better clothing) Domesticated Animals Used Advanced Stone Tools Made Pottery (for food storage) Made more permanent settlements As populations grew, they built megaliths for religious gatherings


The First Humans Prehistory-3500 BC.

principal work of Paleolithic peoples? - Needed food for survival The Neolithic Revolution and the Rise of Civilization The Emergence of Civilization The Neolithic Revolution Neolithic Age Period of human history from 8000 to 4000 BC “New Stone Age” Shift from hunting and gathering to systematic agriculture- keeping of animals and growing of food End of nomadic lifestyles The Growing of Crops By 8000 BC/


Chapter 2 : The Stone Age and Early Cultures

. Other groups invented the bow and arrow. Tools became more complex. The biggest change came in how people produced food. Chapter 2 Section 3 Neolithic Era or the New Stone Age – people learned to polish stones to make tools like saws and drills. People also learn to make fire, before they could only use fire that was started by natural causes such as lightning/


Dr. Schiller: AP History of Art GARDNER 11th: Art through the Ages

one in Mesopotamian or Egyptian Art they would have been marching in orderly single file across the surface Minoan Stone Vessels: Something else is new to us: the exuberance of the scene look at the happy faces of the harvesters some of them / 27. Schliemann, Heinrich: Along with Arthur Evans, Schliemann was a pioneer in the study of Aegean civilization in the Bronze Age.Schliemann was an archaeological excavator of Hissarlik, now presumed to be the site of Troy, along with the Mycenaean sites Mycenae and/


O.A. Stone Age (ISN) 1.Stone Age: When was it? What was it? 2.Paleolithic Age: When was it? What was it? 3.Neolithic Age: When was it? What was it? 4.What.

Age? O.A. Stone Age (ISN) 1.Stone Age: When was it? What was it?  2 million y.a. – 3000 B.C.E  Stone tools 2.Paleolithic Age: When was it? What was it?  2 million y.a. – 8000 B.C.E  Old Stone Age / Hunter-gatherers 3.Neolithic Age: When was it? What was it?  8000 B.C.E. – 3000 B.C.E.  New Stone Age / Raise animals, plant crops O.A. Stone Age/


Prehistoric Human Culture Major Periods ¤PALEOLITHIC: old stone age ¤Lower paleolithic 2.5 million-75,000 bp ¤ Middle paleolithic 75,000-35,000 bp ¤Upper.

,000 bp ¤Upper paleolithic 35,000-12,000 bp ¤MESOLITHIC: middle stone age 12,000-10,000 bp ¤NEOLITHIC: new stone age began 10,000 bp ¤BRONZE AND IRON AGES: civilization began 5000 bp The Paleolithic Period Paleolithic Period Began 2,5oo,ooo Years Ago  Also called Old Stone Age culture  Characterized by the use of rudimentary chipped stone tools  Hominids, homo habilis, homo erectus, homo sapiens -- neanderthal and/


Kidney Stones: An Overview Gerald Da Roza MD, MHSc, FRCPC March 15, 2010.

of men and 5% of women will have at least one symptomatic stone by the age of 70 In US, up to 12% of men and 5% of women will have at least one symptomatic stone by the age of 70 Clinical Presentations Classic Sx Classic Sx Renal Colic Renal Colic/ 2L per day Increase fluid intake to target u/o > 2L per day At 5 yrs, incidence of new stone formation 12% v 27% At 5 yrs, incidence of new stone formation 12% v 27% increases urine flow rate and lower urine solute concentration increases urine flow rate and lower/


1 st Yr.  Large periods of time divided into agesStone age, Bronze Age, Iron Age  Describe the new objects used by people  The stone age is divided.

agesStone age, Bronze Age, Iron Age  Describe the new objects used by people  The stone age is divided into 3 periods  Early, Middle, New Stone Age  Writing not clearly invented so…  Artefacts – weapons, houses, etc.  Archaeological sites  Middle Stone Age  Used weapons made of stone/  Ate the animals they raised  Still hunted  Made porridge from the crops  Rotary querns – round stones rubbed off each other  Ground the grain for porridge  Believed in after-life  Objects found buried with /


The Stone Age. A period of time when humans used stone to make tools Three divisions in the Stone Age: –Old Stone Age –Middle Stone AgeNew Stone Age.

Three divisions in the Stone Age: –Old Stone Age –Middle Stone AgeNew Stone Age Old Stone Age AKA: Paleolithic Era No farming People were hunter gatherers Fire discovered during this time People were also nomads (have no settled home) Cave art and figurines Middle Stone Age AKA: Mesolithic Era Period of transition Stone tools improve Hunter-gatherers and some fishing Nomadic lifestyle Dogs are domesticated Use of early canoes New Stone Age AKA: Neolithic Era Farming/


Emergence of Civilization Unit 1 - Old Stone Age - Some Definitions.

effected them and in return have a greater understanding of their influence on our lives and society today. Stone Age Peoples Stone Age - Period when people used simple tools made of stone (arrow heads, axe heads) before writing was invented Old Stone Age - Paleolithic New Stone Age – Mesolithic & Neolithic Stone Age Peoples Old Stone Age Paleolithic Era ‘Paleo’ means Old Stone Started about 2.5 Million years ago. Africa, China, Asia, Europe, and Americas Old/


Human Origins: The Stone Ages SOL 8.2. Human Culture Culture=WAY OF LIFE Includes knowledge people have, language they speak, ways they eat and dress,

. Archaeologists apply scientific tests such as carbon dating to analyze fossils and artifacts. 3 Periods of the Stone Age 1.Paleolithic Age – Old Stone Age Lasted from 2 million BCE to around 8,000 BCE. 2.Mesolithic Age – Middle Stone Age Lasted from 8,000 BCE to 6,000 BCE. 3.Neolithic AgeNew Stone Age Lasted from 6,000 BCE to 3,500 BCE. Human Origins The first “humans” appeared 2/


Emergence of Civilization Unit 1 - Old Stone Age - Some Definitions.

a greater understanding of their influence on our lives and society today. Stone Age Peoples Stone Age - Period when people used simple tools made of stone (arrow heads, axe heads) before writing was invented Old Stone Age - Paleolithic New Stone Age – Mesolithic & Neolithic Stone Age Peoples Old Stone Age Paleolithic Era ‘Paleo’ means Old Stone Started about 2.5 Million years ago. Old Stone Age Peoples Nomad Move with and in search of food Fished, hunted, gathered/


Emergence of Civilization Unit 1 New Stone Ages. End of Paleolithic Era Marked by the end of the last Ice Age Glaciers start to melt and move back towards.

continent from Africa and Europe, following herds Changed the climate of many areas, deserts appeared with new plants New Stone Age Peoples New Stone Age Mesolithic Era ‘Meso’ meaning middle Lasted about 10,000 years 18,000 B.C.E. to/and pigs Women farmed, men hunted Permanent settlements Villages Built houses Some remained hunters & gatherers and nomadic New Stone Age Peoples Growth of political structure Council of Elders Make decisions Settle disputes Developed more complete spoken languages Specialized /


The Stone Ages and Early Cultures UNIT 6. Prehistory is the time before written records were kept. Because these people didn’t write down their history.

and animals Settled in communities Tools became smaller Pottery and the use of the bow developed MESOLITHIC Neolithic Neolithic means new stone age. Also known as the Agricultural Revolution. “Neo” means new “Lithic” means stone Developed Agriculture and weaving (better clothing) Domesticated Animals Used Advanced Stone Tools Made Pottery (for food storage) Use of Fire Early man learned to use fire to adapt to his environment/


QUIZ Could you survive in the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age? by Jake W.

a fire. They made cave paintings to show stories because they couldn’t talk a language yet. FOOD You are still in the Stone Age and you’re getting hungry. Where do you find food? A bear Salty crackers Cheese sandwich Watermelon Correct! You would hunt a /your normal dinner in the Iron Age? Macaroni Cheese Ice cream Beef stew and bread Rice Correct! Stew and bread is a common meal People were finding new ways and things to cook They had learned how to grind grains in special stones to make flour for bread /


Vocabulary  Paleolithic: relating to the earliest period of the stone age  Nomads: people who move from place to place as a group to find food for themselves.

 Farming began replacing hunting and gathering  People started domesticating animals  Animals transported goods  Provided meat, milk and wool Neolithic Age  Began about 8000 B.C.E and ended around 4000 B.C.E.  Neolithic is Greek for “new stone”  However this is misleading  While new stone tools were made, the real change was the shift from hunting and gathering to systematic agriculture  This was a/


Jeopardy $100 VocabularyIceman Stone Age Culture Catal Huyuk – Pt.1 Catal Huyuk – Pt. 2 $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100.

’s In his 40’s 3 - $100 What are the 3 groups that the Stone Age is broken into? What are the 3 groups that the Stone Age is broken into? Old Stone Age, Middle Stone Age, New Stone Age Old Stone Age, Middle Stone Age, New Stone Age 3 - $200 What was man’s main way of surviving during the Old and Middle Stone Age? (food source) What was man’s main way of surviving during the Old and/


Warm up – Copy these Questions 1.What is a hunter-gatherer? 2.What is a Stone Age? 3.Why was the ability to make fire so important? 4.How could early humans.

fire. When they broke camp, they probably tried to bring fire with them by carrying lit branches to use to start a new campfire. If their branches went out, they did without fire until they found something burning. Upright Man Many years passed. /clothing and jewelry. They invented the bow and arrow. First Homo Sapiens Neanderthals Appeared 35,000- 130,000 years ago (Old Stone Age) Wore animal skins Used fire Buried their dead Cro-Magnons Appeared about 35,000 years ago Better tools Cave Art –Textbook –/


THIS IS With Host... Your 100 200 300 400 500 Spelling Stone Age Pre- History Early Farming Village Life and Culture Eyeball Benders.

Most technological progress was made during this period of the Stone Age What is the New Stone AGe B 200 B 300 During this period of the Stone Age, humans depended primarily on stone or pebble tools What is the Old Stone Age B 300 B 400 Polished Rock tools came into existence in this period of the Stone Age What is the New Stone Age B 400 B 500 The Neolithic Period is also/


2.5 million years ago.- 3,500 B.C.. The Stone Age Paleolithic Era/ Old Stone Age 2.5 Million- 40,000B.C. Mesolithic Era/ Middle Stone Age 40,000 B.C.-

caves Technology advances: “barbs” or hooks, interchangeable blades Wooly mammoths and saber tooth tigers are dying out Some wolves are being tamed Some sheep are being kept in pens The New Stone Age 8, 000 BC- 3,500 BC boar skull What can you infer about people’s lives during the Neolithic Era? Infer about this early community. There are doors on the/


People of the Stone Age. I. The Old Stone Age 1. 500,000 – 10,000 years ago 2. Human migrations a. From Asia to North America a. From Asia to North America.

b. Fish hook c. Fish net c. Fish net d. Boats d. Boats III. The New Stone Age 1. 8,000 - 5,000 years ago 2. “Neolithic Revolution” a. neo = new a. neo = new b. lithic = stone age b. lithic = stone age c. Revolution = time of change c. Revolution = time of change III. The New Stone Age continued 3. Move from Nomad to Farmer a. Nomad = hunter gatherer a. Nomad = hunter gatherer/


©2013 MFMER | slide-1 Dawn S. Milliner, M.D. Mayo Clinic Hyperoxaluria Center Rare Kidney Stone Consortium Hyperoxaluria Underappreciated Cause of Kidney.

Ox -- FA BA Ox -- ©2013 MFMER | slide-11 Lieske J: Kidney Int 2015 Risk of new-onset nephrolithiasis after bariatric surgery. The risk of incident stones was greater after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) or malabsorptive bariatric procedures, compared with that in / 7:1409-1415, 2012. ©2013 MFMER | slide-16 El-Zoghby Z: CJASN 2012 Incidence of Renal Failure in Stone Formers versus Age-matched Controls p = 0.01 ©2013 MFMER | slide-17 Primary Hyperoxaluria A Model for Oxalate Nephropathy  Inherited inborn/


The Stone Ages and Early Cultures Mr. Perkins Fall 2015.

– “wise man” – migrated around the world – we are this species! – learned to create fire and use many types of tools – developed languages Stone Age Broken into three different eras Paleolithic = “Old Stone” Mesolithic = “Middle Stone” Neolithic = “New Stone“ Paleolithic Era First part of the Stone Age – https://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=L9AJUo6busg https://www.youtube.com/watc h?v=L9AJUo6busg Lasted until 10,000 years ago/


The Stone Age The Stone Age lasted almost 2 million years! The Stone Age is divided into 3 different time periods: – Paleolithic (Paleo = Early) – Mesolithic.

divided into 3 different time periods: – Paleolithic (Paleo = Early) – Mesolithic (Meso = Middle) – Neolithic (Neo = New) Question #1 & #2 The Stone Age Paleolithic Age (2 million BCE to 12,000 BCE) – The climate went through an Ice Age and began to warm up at the end – Hunter-gatherers that moved from place to place They moved to follow their food sources and find places that weren/


The Stone Angel Margaret Laurence. CBC Archives Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and.

past can simply be discarded without a trace. The Stone Angel - Themes We will examine the following: Pride; Aging and the loss of independence; Intolerance; Duty and Responsibility We will examine the following: Pride; Aging and the loss of independence; Intolerance; Duty and / the fish cannery, long since closed. It is in a valley near the sea. She inspects it with approval. Her new abode leads into another flashback, to her memories of her life after she left Bram, when she worked as a housekeeper /


Relevance of Stone Analysis in Clinical Practice An Update Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation Karachi, Pakistan Prof. Mirza Naqi Zafar Department.

in Core and Surface of Pediatric Renal Stone Formers (n=1831) CoreSurface Age Frequency of AHU and CaOx Stones Age (Yrs) Number AHU (584) AHU+CaOx (1129) CaOx (737) In children most stones start as Ammonium Urate ESWL development at /Help crystallization Ammonium Urate Formation Preferential Crystallization Studies in the native urine of Calcium Oxalate Stone Formers Laube N, Schneider A, Hesse A. A new approach to calculate the risk of calcium oxalate crystallization from unprepared native urine. Urol Res/


Beginnings of Human Society. Agenda Warm-up: Finish/Collect Current Events/Charts Stone Age Video Intro to Stone Age (Notes) e and work from geography.

Agenda 2-5-16 Warm-up: Finish/Collect Current Events/Charts Stone Age Video Intro to Stone Age (Notes) e and work from geography unit Section One Prehistory Stone Age Paleolithic Age: “Old Stone Age” 2,500,000 B.C.E - 15,000 B.C.E Mesolithic Age: “Middle Stone Age” 15,000 B.C.E. – 10,000 B.C.E. Neolithic Age: “New Stone Age” 10,000 B.C.E. - 3,000 B.C.E/


Stone Age wood working with stone, bone and antler tools

and antler tools. 18-21.5.2010 in Kierikkikeskus, Yli-Ii, Finland -Kierikki Stone Age Center is renovating and building new Stone Age style houses. This experiment was planned to get information on how long does it take to prepare wood material with Stone Age tools for a timber framed Stone Age style house. The experiment took place between 18th and 21th of May 2012. -The experiment was designed/


Ancient Civilizations IB

and gathers that moved from place to place. Their homes were made of mud or mammoth bones and covered with animal skins.   Paleolithic: (Old Stone Age) -40,000- 8,000 BCE Mesolithic: (Middle Stone Age) - 8,000- 7,000 BCE Neolithic: (New Stone Age) - 7,000- 2,300 BCE ..a really long time ago Cave Paintings Artists use a lively application of line and colour- stylized by/


- 1 - Heading towards the Jovella Exhibition July 9, 2007 State of Israel Ministry of Industry, Trade & Labour Diamonds, Precious Stones and Jewelry Administration.

religious women. 12) Fashion Jewelry– Jewelry that is principally made out of inexpensive materials, such as beads, plain stones, plastic, etc. 13) New Jewish Immigrants – after 1990. Arab Women – including Muslims, Christians and Druze. 14) Income groups include: less/ Proportion of buyers in population group NIS Years of education Average monthly expenditure Proportion of buyers in population group NIS Age 271 NIS 236 NIS 252 NIS 257 NIS - 16 - Chart 11- Jewelry Expenditure according to Households Income */


Extra Time Periods, Tels, Standing Stones and City Gates

the Galilee Where Jesus Walked ©2012-2014 Pastor Rod Aslesen Extra Time Periods, Tels, Standing Stones and City Gates The Middle East Time Periods Pre-Bronze age: The Natufian period: 12,000 and 10,200 BCE (before the introduction of agriculture) /that scripture writers often described important officials as "sitting in the gate.“ Understanding the important role of city gates brings new light to many biblical stories: 6 Chamber Gate Defense Commerce Government Enter the city Megiddo - Late Bronze 4 chamber /


Robert Frost 一年仁班 39號 蔡宛妤.

蔡宛妤 Robert Frost was born in San Francisco in 1874 Robert Frost was born in San Francisco in 1874. He moved to New England at the age of eleven and became interested in reading and writing poetry during his high school years in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He was enrolled /pass abreast. The work of hunters is another thing: I have come after them and made repair Where they have left not one stone on a stone, But they would have the rabbit out of hiding, To please the yelping dogs. The gaps I mean, No one has /


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