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ice man Otzi
the earliest period of the Stone Age paleolithic
the latest period of the Stone Age neolithic
the study of object to learn about the history of human past life archeology
objects made by huma being artifacts
an amount of food that is greater or remains above needed amount food surplus
process to adapt an animal to live with humans for the advantage of the humans domestication
tools made of stone stone tools
people who follow their food hunter gathers
when people take up specific jobs as their talents provide job specialization

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Stone Age Crossword

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Scientist who learns about past human life by studying fossils and artifacts Archaeologist
Weapon, tool, or other item made by humas Artifact
A person who studies and writes about the human past Historian
The earlist part of a time period Paleolithic
People who travel from place to place Nomad
Long periods of extreme cold Iceage
The newest part of a time period Neolithic
The taming of plants and animals Domesticate
The science or practice of farming Agriculture
A particular line of work Specialization

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The Beginning of Civilizations Crossword

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Most ________ people were nomadic. Paleolithic
______ use artifacts and remains of ancient humans to learn about culture. Anthropologists
In present day ______, people raised beans, squash, and corn. Mexico
People began to form _____ during the Bronze Age Civilizations
People in the Bronze Age kept written records, like ______. Laws
The first civilizations started in the ______ ______ of Mesopotamia. River Valleys
The Neolithic Age is also called the ______ ______ ______. New Stone Age
In the Neolithic Age, people farmed and raised animals for ______. Food
The first modern humans appeared in ______. Africa
Paleolithic people invented the ______ and the bow and arrow. Spear

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Beginnings of Civilization - The Peopling of the World Crossword

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Human-made objects, such as tools and jewelry Artifact
Scientists that studies culture Anthropologists
Humans and other creatures that walk upright Hominids
The earlier and longer part of the Stone Age Paleolithic Age
The New Stone Age Neolithic Age
The species name for modern humans Homo sapiens
Ways of appyling knowledge, tools, and inventions to meet their needs Technology
Highly mobile people Nomads
Nomadic hunters whose food supply depends on hunting animals and collecting plant foods Hunter-gatherers
The taming of animals domestication
The development of skills in a specific kind of work Specialization
Skilled workers who make goods by hand Artisans
Professional record keepers Scribes
Time when people began using bronze Bronze Age
Pyramind-shaped monument Ziggurat
Way of trading goods and services without money Barter
Long-lasting pattern of organization in a community Institution
A system of writing that means "wedge-shaped" Cuneiform
The agricultural revolution Neolithic Revolution
People's unique way of life Culture

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PreHistory Crossword

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human written past History
writes about human past historian
and object made by an human being in the past artifacts
study of humanity anthorpologist
the study of human activity by looking at artifacts archaeologist
remains of a prehistoric organism fossil
dishes made of baked clay pottery
Things use by prehistoric humans mostly to gather food Tools
era where prehistoric humans used stone tools Paleolithis age/era
Before christ/before common age b.c/b.c.e
People living together in an arranged community Society
prehistoric humans hunted food and gather plants,seeds,fruits,and nuts Hunters-gathers
moved where food was at that time nomad
Form of relationship where there are only 2 people together. monogamous
An open relationship polygamous
Where people made fire and tools like the ones when use today Neolithic Age/era
taming animals such as dogs and kittens ect. Domestication
When prehistoric people seetled down and starting making houses, giving up the nomad life agriculture
used to creat structures and monuments megaliths
to be good at on subject or skill specialization

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World History Crossword Puzzle

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They're people that move one place to another. Nomads
People that collect plants. Gathering
Animals that are use for traveling, hunting, and food source. Domestication
The Age started in 3000 B.C. Bronze
Sumer that is modern. Iraq
Ditches that transport water from one place to another. Irrigation
It is professional record of writing. Scribes
Is a system that stable societies/complex cultures. Class
They cut trees/grasses and burn them. Slash and Burn
It's when they focus in one thing/job. Specialization
This Age is when Ice Age is still occurring. Paleolithic
Ancient clay tablets. Stylus
It increase in fishing, small game , and gathering. Extinct
This Age is when Ice Age ended. Neolithic
3000 B.C. Sumerian scribes invent...... Cuneiform
Develops C. 7000 B.C. Agriculture
River that is (southern Iraq ). Euphrates
It is (mountain of god). Ziggurat
It is trading goods/services without money. Barter
It is extra food. Surplus

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early humans Crossword

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was the key to the survival of Paleolithic people during the Ice Ages. Fire
people that moved place to places Nomads
development of different kinds of jobs. Specialization
or tame animals and plants for human use. Domesticate
a method to help humans perform tasks. Technology
the study of humans. Anthropologist
things that have been preserved in rocks and ground Fossils
weapon, tools and other things made by humans. Artifacts
the study of fossils and artifacts Archaeologists
people that study the human path. Historians

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QUIZ 1: Prehistoric World to 2500 B. C. Crossword

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A people's unique way of life Culture
Time period that lasted from about 2.5 million years to 8000 B.C. Paleolithic Age
Means "wise men" Homo sapiens
Nomadic groups whose food supply depends on hunting animals and collecting plant foods Nomads
Process in which they cut trees or grasses and burned them to clear a field slash and burn farming
To tame an animal domestication
Skilled workers who make things by hand artisan
A long lasting pattern of organization in a community Institution
Ways of applying knowledge, tools, and inventions to meet your needs Technology
Known as the Old Stone Age Paleolithic Age
Period when humans began farming Neolithic Age
The development of skills in a specific kind of work Specialization
Time period when people began using bronze rather copper and Bronze Age
A way of trading goods and services without money Barter
Pyramid- shaped monument Ziggurat
Professional record keepers Scribes
Wedge shaped symbols that represented sounds and words Cuneiform
Known as the Middle Stone Age Mesolithic Age
Tools, jewelry and weapons made by early humans Artifacts
The oldest humans remains found on earth Australopithecines

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Prehistory Vocabulary Crossword

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The study of the past. History
An expert in history. Historian
A person who specializes in anthropology. Anthropologist
A specialist in archaeology. Archaeologist
An object created and used by humans. Artifact
A part or imprint of something that was once alive. Fossil
Ceramic ware, especially earthenware and stoneware. Pottery
An object that has been modified to help a person accomplish a task. Tool
The first part of the stone age; when people first used stone tools. Paleolithic Age/Era
Before Christ/Before the common era BC/BCE
A community of people who share a common culture. Society
People who hunt animals and gather wild plants, seeds, fruits, and nuts to survive. Hunter-Gatherers
One without a home who moves around or travels freely. Nomad
Involving marriage to one person at a time. Monogamous
Typically having more than one mate. Polygamous
The new Stone Age; When people learned to make fire and tools such as saws and drills. Neolithic Age/Era
The process of changing plants or animals to make them more useful to humans. Domestication
Was the increase in agricultural production in Britain due to the increase in labor and land productivity. Agricultural Revolution
A huge stone monument. Megaliths
The act of specializing, or pursuing a particular line of study or work. Specialization

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Early Humans Word Search

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newstoneage
gatherers
hunters
fire
farming
neolithic
paleolithic
oldstoneage
technology
specialization
nomads
historians
fossils
domesticate
artifacts
archaeologists
anthropologists

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The Beginnings of Human Society Crossword

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Where was the Iceman found? Alps
Prehistory takes place before __________________. history
History means the __________________________ events of people and cultures. recorded
Archaeologists examine ____________________, tools, and other objects. bones
Oral traditions are stories passed down by word of ___________________. mouth
During the Stone Age, people made tools and weapons mainly from __________________________. stone
The earliest of the Stone Age periods Old Stone Age
The second of the Stone Age periods Middle Stone Age
The last of the Stone Age periods New Stone Age
During the Old Stone Age, people got food by _____________________. hunting
During the Middle Stone Age, people discovered _______________________. fire
In the New Stone Age, people learned to __________________________. farm
People who moved from place to place, with no settled home were Nomads
Good farming places had ___________________________ soil. fertile
During the New Stone Age, people learned how to __________________ animals. tame
A netwrok of canals to supply land with water is known as an irrigation system
This word means that people had more food than they needed surplus
Having a surplus of food led to a rise in _______________________. population
With more people living in a village, people were able to ________________ their jobs. specialize
These people were skilled workers in jobs such as basket making, tool making, and leather goods artisans
New Stone Age societies became ____________________. civilizations
By 66oo B.C., artisans discovered that they could mix copper and tin to create _______________. bronze
By 3500 B.C., people had developed the ________________________________ to make trading and travel easier. wheel and axle
Civilizations needed a ______________________ to keep order and peace. government
In a ________________________ each person is a part of a group, or class, made up of others with similar backgrounds. social class
The _________________________ was by far the most powerful person in a civilization. king

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