Stone Age Period Geography – History
In this chapter we study about stone age period, geography and history.
The study of Earth and its people.
One of the seven large landmasses of earth.
A naturally formed feature of earth’s land surface.
The pattern of weather conditions in a certain location over a long period of time.
The plant life of an area.
A measure of distance, east or west of the prime meridian
A measure of distance north or south of the equator.
A half of earths surface.
A map showing features people have created such as cities, states, and countries.
A map showing landforms and bodies of water.
A map that presents a particular type of information about a place or region.
A human-made object.
A remain of early life that has been preserved in the ground.
A human or human-like creature that walks on two feet.
The old Stone Age, a period that lasted from about 2.5 million to 8000 B.C.E. and was marked by the use of simple stone tools by the earliest humans.
The middle Stone Age, a period that lasted from about 10,000 to 6000 B.C.E during which people began to control fire and develop language.
The New Stone Age, a period that lasted from about 8000 to 3000 B.C.E and was marked by the beginning of farming and the development of pottery and weaving.
Something written or created by a person who witnessed a historical event.
An account of a historical event written by someone who did not witness the event.
An unwritten verbal account of an event.
Person who obtains food by hunting animals and gathering plants, and moves when food becomes scarce.
A person who moves from place to place
the act of moving from one place to settle in another
the ways people apply knowledge and tools to meet their needs
The worship of God, gods or spiritual elements.
To grow and tend wild plants and animals
planting of seeds to grow crops
the clearing of land for farming by cutting and burning vegetation
the watering of crops
an amount of goods that is in excess of what is needed for survival
A skill in a particular work
a person trained and skilled in a craft
group of people with similar customs, background, training, and income
ways of creating order and offering leadership