Unit One Early Man


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1. Scientists who study artifacts and human remains to learn about human behavior.
2. A Complex culture.
3. The discovery of this allowed paleolithic man to shift to the neolithic age.
4. This skeleton of australopithecines was discovered in East Africa and named after a Beatles song.
5. In early civilizations this institution developed in order to control and regulate life in early cities.
6. stonehenge.jpgThis neolitic stone structure, found in England, was began in the Neolithic age and finished in the Bronze age.
8. Wandering from place to place in search of food and shelter.
9. Early civilizations developed this as a way to keep records and record early stories.
10. Religious leaders.
12. To tame.
14. Neolitic man developed this skill and was able to improve clothing over wearing animal skins.
15. Old Stone Age.
17. Most early civilizations began in ________ valleys.
18. lascaux.jpgPaleolithic man lived and and made art in these.
20. The time before written records.
23. Paleolithic man lived in groups of about 20-30 called these.
24. The scientific name for modern man, means wise person.


1. A scientist who studies artifacts to learn about the past
7. New Stone Age.
10. Neolithic man constructed this out of mud as a way to both store and cook his food.
11. Paleolithic man developed very ________ stone tools.
13. Paleolithic man developed _______, or spoken, language.
16. Paleolithic man mastered the use of _______ to cook his food and keep warm.
19. Scientists believe that early man began on this continent.
21. The term lithic means this.
22. Scientists use this test to determine the age of organic artifacts.