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Cro-Magnon. 35,000 to 10,000 years ago. Physical Description. Identical to modern man Brain size 1600 cc. Location/Climate. France Lived during the last ice-age. Tools. Made out of bone, ivory and stone Wore clothes Wore jewelry made out of shell and bone

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cro magnon

Cro-Magnon

35,000 to 10,000 years ago

physical description
Physical Description
  • Identical to modern

man

  • Brain size 1600 cc
location climate
Location/Climate
  • France
  • Lived during the last ice-age
tools
Tools
  • Made out of bone, ivory and stone
  • Wore clothes
  • Wore jewelry made out of shell and bone
  • Made needles out of carved bone to sew clothes
  • Used clay to make pots to make food
  • Made musical instruments out of plants, wood and animal skins
tools cont
Tools cont
  • Made harpoons out of rope, bones and a large stick to catch whales.
  • Projectile point was made out of stone and wood and it was used to kill animals
  • Made toys out of clay and bone
shelter
Shelter
  • Lived in caves because of the ice age
  • In warmer climates they made huts out of branches, and animal skins
  • First to have permanent homes
extras
Extras
  • Made fine artwork
  • Decorated tools, beads, ivory carvings, shell jewelry, clay figures, musical instruments
  • Took over Neanderthal caves and made them their own
  • Developed a rich and complex language
extras cont
Extras cont
  • Had social alliances
  • Traded goods
  • Often painted their bodies
  • May have created the first calendar