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    Think About As You Read 1. How did the first people live? 2. What started the agricultural revolution? 3. Why did the Stone Age farmers live near rivers? New Words • Archaeologists • Earth • Tools • Stone Age • Agricultural Revolution • Tame THE FIRST PEOPLE The first people did not live the way we live today. They did not grow food or live in houses. They did not read or write. In this chapter we will learn how the first people lived. Archaeologists help us learn about people

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    -AP World History - StearnsChapter 1 – From Human Prehistory to the Early CivilizationsI. IntroductionA. Human origin – 2.5 million years ago1. 1/4000 of earth’s existence – 24 hour day – last 5 minutesB. Human negatives and positives1. Aggressiveness‚ long baby time‚ back problems‚ death fears2. Grip‚ high/regular sex drive‚ omnivores‚ facial expressions‚ speechC. Paleolithic (Old Stone) Age – 2.5 million to 12000 BCE1. Simple tools – increase in size‚ brain capacity – Homo erectusII. Late Paleolithic

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    Technology: Prehistory to 1500 CE Kayla Martino HIS103: Word Civilizations I Prof. Paul Toro March 4‚ 2013 From prehistory to the 1500 CE‚ our ancestors have created technologies that we use today. These technologies have been building blocks that get more advanced throughout time and are still progressing with the inventions that we have today. Throughout history‚ people had to come up with new ways to making life easier to survive. Transportation‚ communication‚ and production are just

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    the country and into Taiwan. By its very nature‚ Philippine prehistory is “the period of unrecorded history consisting of archeological discoveries‚ way of life‚ geographical and geological data in order to know our country’s origin and the roots of the original Filipino.” As such‚ it is important for Filipinos to learn about their heritage so as to establish their own national identity. Furthermore‚ studying Philippine prehistory urges Filipinos to not merely accept the information that is given

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    information off from this piece of data. Prehistory‚ however‚ is based from documents such as tools made from stone or other more complicated structures‚ such as architecture. These documents show how our understanding of prehistory changes based on the documents‚ architecture‚ culture‚ or evidence left behind for up-coming generations to start to investigate on. Prehistory and History are both similar but can be very different. Many aspects of prehistory are based on its land and what was left on

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    Philippine Prehistory - The First Inhabitants - 40‚000 BP The Philippines is an archipelago of 7‚107 islands in the South China Sea situated between Taiwan to the north and Borneo to the south. Just 2‚000 of its islands are inhabited and only 500 are larger than a kilometre square. The nine largest islands of Luzon‚ Mindanao‚ Palawan‚ Panay‚ Mindoro‚ Samar‚ Negros‚ Leyte and Cebu make up 90% of the nation’s land area. Over the past two million years‚ the earth has undergone twenty cycles of glaciation

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    Teaching Assistants: ARCHAEOLOGY 100 Ancient Peoples and Places Teaching Assistants: Jessi Witt Email: jwitt@sfu.ca Office: EDB 9644 Office Hours: ?? Greg Morrissey Email: gem@sfu.ca Office: EDB 9644 Office Hours: ?? Text ‘World Prehistory and Archaeology’ by Michael Chazan Pearson Education Inc. Sold at the SFU Bookstore. Readings Weekly readings are indicated on the course schedule. They are all from the course textbook. 1 Evaluation 3 Quizzes @ 20% per quiz (50 minutes

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    first sample being the Narmer palette (3100 BCE). The Hebrew language was on the first language to utilized the method of writing with an alphabet‚ which relates a unique symbol for each phoneme‚ the Greek and the Latin alphabet derive from it. Prehistory The first tangible artifact was discovered in 1908 in Austria. It was a human art found from the Stone Age period. During the Paleolithic (25 000-8000 BCE)‚ man practiced hunting and living in cave where painting are developed. But not only in

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    Wilson 10.18.14 What are the differences‚ similarities between the Paleolithic and Neolithic human eras? In this essay we will unfold how each group survived‚ lived‚ created‚ traveled and died. The Paleolithic Era or Old Stone Age‚ is a period of prehistory from about 2.6 million years ago to around 10‚000 years ago. The Neolithic Era or New Stone Age began around 10‚000 BC and ended between 4500 and 2000 BC in numerous parts of the world. In the Paleolithic era‚ there were more than one human species

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    Early civilizations Prehistory: The period of time before written records Neanderthal: A group of early people who were classified as Homo Sapiens (wise human being) Their remains are between 100‚000 and 30‚000 years ago They were the first people to burry their dead Homo sapien sapien The group of people that replace Neanderthal‚ includes us Begin to spread out and populated the earth Paleolithic “ old stone” Age 2.5 million to 10 thousand B.C Sometimes called the old stone age People

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    Keron Williams History 131 Assignment: Women in prehistory 01.29.2015 1. Describe societies before the advent of plough [plow] agriculture? Before the advent of plough agriculture people lived in horticultural societies. Women main concern was the gathering of plant foods while the men hunted animals. 2. How did the agricultural revolution change the production of food and the gendered distribution of labor in society? The agriculture revolution change the production of food and the division

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    determined by imagining the rocks came alive and evolutionist/scholars must believe in the natural origin of life (Russell T. Arndts). To try to find out when the people of prehistoric time are from scholars must study the natural world for their prehistory so they would use their imperfections of modern plants and animals and geographical living organisms to discover evidence. The Amazon prehistoric culture were once thought to be different and changed. They were not acknowledge by the European

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    men “Women in Prehistory” By Ashley E Grant October 16‚ 2012 World History 131.26 Amy Mapp In the history text‚ “Women in Prehistory” challenges the notation of a women’s role. During the B.C.E women were characterized by fertility‚ lactation or childcare‚ therefore they were left at home. From an insight‚ these assumptions were made from a scientific retrospect. The evidence from the artifacts among other things will prove or will not prove this to be correct. Abstracted from Adrian

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    Chapter 1 Reading Guide From Human Prehistory to the Early River Valley Civilizations DIRECTIONS: Read Chapter 1: From Human Prehistory to the Early River Valley Civilizations DIRECTIONS: Define the following vocabulary terms. Paleolithic Age: The Old Stone Age ending in 12‚000 b.c.e.; typified by use of crude stone tools and hunting and gathering for subsistence. Neolithic Age: The New Stone Age between 8000 and 5000 b.c.e.; period in which adaption of sedentary agriculture occurred; domestication

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    His 103 Final paper Assignment Review the Week Five Final Paper instructions and trace the context of one of the five topics  From prehistory to c. 1500 CE You must use at least four academic sources with at least two coming from academic-level sources found in the Ashford University Library.  Academic sources are sometimes referred to as scholarly sources.  You must also use one primary source that cannot be from the weekly Required Reading lists but may be from the weekly Recommended Reading

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    Summary of Prevail and Transcend Scenario In chapter six of Radical Evolution‚ author Joel Garreau shows through various interviews and examples that even though technology may be rising on an exponentially increasing Curve‚ humans may still be able to change the effects of technological advance in unpredictable ways. Deemed the Prevail scenario‚ it is also characterized by humans slowing down once-viewed inevitable change viewed as negative and speeding up positive change. Another great theme

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    cultures into their own; thus‚ making a whole new different culture which is purely Filipino. The peopling theory of Wilhelm Solheim II‚ which is named the Nusantao Maritime Trading and Communication Network‚ however‚ mentioned that the Philippine prehistory could not be explained merely through migration. He based his theory on the similar pieces of certain artifacts found in the country and the surrounding countries and saw a pattern. He then came up with the idea that such happened because of trade

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    There are basically 4 periods of materials science development in history of the world: Prehistory‚ Antiquity‚ Middle Ages‚ and Modern materials science. This essay covers the history of materials science on how different materials were used as influenced by the history of the world and the culture of the peoples of the Earth. Prehistory Stone Age‚ Bronze Age‚ and Iron Age together is the three-age system prehistory. In the Stone Age‚ humans made tools of stone‚ bone‚ and wood for hunting: sticks‚

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    AIA1000-World Prehistory Major Essay Question: Option 3 What evidence exists to indicate that prehistoric humans had destructive impacts on the environment? What evidence exists to indicate that prehistoric humans had destructive impacts on the environment? In recent years‚ humans have become increasingly concerned with their effect on the planet and its ecosystems. While it is probably true that our impact on the environment on a global scale has never been as great‚ the difference to

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    This Fleeting World This Fleeting World takes about two hundred and fifty thousand years worth of history and compacts it into a one hundred and twenty page book. I believe Christian did a stellar job of doing so. Although short‚ it is very rich in knowledge about how our world came to be. His points are powerful and well put. This book definitely stands out in all the black and whiteness of history books. This fleeting world ties the start of humanity‚ to current life very efficiently.

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