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  1. Chapter 2 Study Guide Mrs. M. Brown

  2. that connects two continents 1. A land bridge is a strip of land __________ _______ ________ 2. An _____________ studies societies and cultures of various civilizations 3. The discovery of Lucy by Donald Johanson pointed to a hominid’s ability to _______ _______ anthropologist walk upright

  3. domestication 4. Changing plants and animals to make them more useful to humans is known as _________________________ 5. Using _______ ________ greatly improved the ability of people to farm 6. The invention of ________ greatly increased early humans’ chances for survival. large animals tools

  4. 7. Rome was added to the Frankish Kingdom by ________ A.D. 814

  5. build permanent settlements 8. Farming allowed people in the Stone Age to _______ _________ __________ 9. _______________ are people who hunt animals and gather wild plants, seeds, fruits, and nuts to survive 10. Early peoples moved, or ________, from place to place to find their basic needs Hunter-gatherers migrated

  6. ice ages 11. A time of long periods of freezing weather was called the ______ _______ 12. The time before writing is called _____________ prehistory 13. What was happening in China about the same time that the Aryans began migrating into India? 2300 B.C. Harappan civilization begins 1500’s B.C. Aryans begin migrating into India 1250 B.C. Hinduism begins to develop in India The Shang Dynasty was being established 2200 B.C. Old Kingdom ends in Egypt 1500 B.C. Shang Dynasty established in China

  7. 14. Where would you place, “In 586 B.C. the Jews are enslaved in Babylon”? A. before 1290 B.C. B. after 1290 B.C. C. before 722 B.C. D. after 722 B.C.

  8. 15. According to the map, which continent did humans reach last? South America

  9. Safer, healthier lives Increased chances of survival More time for hunting and gathering food Permanent places to live Better ways to migrate Can do other things rather than food gathering No need to follow wild animals for food Easier to find wild animals yes 16.Which things would you include in a short essay about how farming changed societies? yes yes yes yes