Flashcards in First Test Deck (17):
When did Homosapiens appear?
Around 400,000 years ago.
Paleolithic refers to what in greek?
What 3 phases is the Paleolithic period divided in?
Lower, Middle and Upper
The division of the Paleolithic period is based on what.
Objects found in layers of excavation.
Paleolithic and the Neolithic both make up what age?
What did humans make long before art?
The first tools have been found at sites such as?
Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
What years did the homeosapiens replace the neanderthal in the world?
Aroung 38,000-33,000 BCE
Why did we outlast the neanderthals?
Because of our mental capability to survive.
The world's earliest pieces of art came from where?
South Africa, 77,000 BCE Blomber's Cave.
What were the first pieces of art?
2 blocks of red ocher.
What were the 2 blocks of red ocher used for?
The Lion Human is from where and dates back to what?
Hohlenstein Germany, 30,000-26,000 BCE
Most human figurines in the Upper Paleolithic Period are what?
The most famous of the figureines of the Upper Paleolithic period is the what?
Woman from Willendorf
Woman from Willendorf came from what country at what era?
Austria at 24,000 BCE