The Stone Age - ODAYWORLD

The Stone Age - ODAYWORLD

The Stone Age Paleolithic = Old Stone Age 2,000,000 BCE Economy o hunters and gatherers o nomadic moved from place to place following game animals and ripening fruit

Paleolithic Developments o simple tools and weapons o spoken language o use of fire o burial of dead o belief in afterlife

o creation of cave paintings Paleolithic Art Chinese Horse French Horse Lascaux Cave ~ 15,000BCE

Neolithic = New Stone Age 10,000BCE Economy o farmers o live in permanent villages o use of domesticated animals

Catal Huyuk (Turkey) 6500BCE Neolithic Developments o population growth o community interaction

o decline in the status of women o personal possessions o development of calendar Skara Brae (Scotland) 3180BCE

Early Religion Mother Goddess Figurine Religion was developed to explain natural and personal events.

Archaeology The study of past people and cultures through the examination of their material remains. Anthropology

Geography The study of the The study of people, origins of human life their environments, or the variety of and the resources human cultures.

available to them. Prehistory The time before writing systems were developed. History The study of how

people lived in the past with a reliance on written evidence, rather than artifacts (objects made by people). Time BC before Christ = BCE before common era

AD anno Domini = CE common era Year 2000 = 1371 Muslim calendar 4637 Chinese calendar (years correlate to animals) 5761 Hebrew calendar 2000BCE - 1000BCE - 500BCE - 1 - 500CE - 1000CE - 2000CE

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