Flashcards in 1.2 Vocb Deck (10):
the era of prehistory that lasted from 2 million B.C. to about 9000 B.C.
Old Stone Age.
the era of prehistory that lasted from at least 2 million B.C. to about 9000 B.C.; also called the Old Stone Age.
the final era of prehistory, which began about 9000 B.C.; also called the Neolithic Period.
New Stone Age.
the final era of prehistory, which began about 9000 B.C.; also called the New Stone Age
a person who moves from place to place in search of food
the belief that spirits and forces live within animals, objects, or dreams
the period of time during which the introduction of agriculture led people to transition from nomadic to settled life
to tame animals and adapt crops so they are best suited to use by humans
the world’s first village, established in the modern-day West Bank between 10,000 and 9000 B.C.