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September 23, 2010 Warm-Up #17 In ancient times, the Lydians were the first to develop coin money in their region of the world. . How did the invention of money affect trade?. This Day in History.

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September 23, 2010Warm-Up #17In ancient times, the Lydians were the first to develop coin money in their region of the world.

How did the invention of money affect trade?

this day in history
This Day in History
  • 1806: After a three-year journey to the Pacific Northwest, the Lewis and Clarkexpedition returned to St. Lewis.
  • 1846: German astronomer Johann Gottfried Galle discovered the planet Neptune.
  • Source:
  • List characteristics of the Stone Age.
  • Define and explain domestication.
  • Explain how the domestication of crops and animals changed the way people lived.
  • Explain how we know what animals were domesticated during the Stone Age.
the stone age
The Stone Age
  • _________ __________is a village that used to exist in Scotland before it was covered by sand dunes.
  • During the _________ ____, humans relied primary on stone tools. They also made weapons and tools out of wood, bone, or antlers.
  • Archaeologists divide the Stone Age into two periods: The _______ Stone Age and The _______ Stone Age.
early farming
Early Farming
  • Harvest means _________________.
  • An _________________ ____________ is where archaeologists dig up artifacts. They have found plant remains and _____________ of domesticating crops at these sites.
  • Jute was domesticated because its stalks had _______________ _______________, which were used to make rope and _______________ nets.
domestic animals
Domestic Animals
  • About _______________ years ago, humans began to recognize that animals could be useful to them.
  • ____________ and _______________ were among the first animals to be domesticated. Later people realized they could be kept to produce milk and _______________.
  • Domesticated animals differ from wild animals:
      • Because they depend on __________________.
      • They develop traits that are not found in the wild.
domestic animals1
Domestic Animals
  • The raising of plants and animals for human use is _____________________.
  • _____________________ means extra supply. A family could raise more crops than they needed since animals could plow field.
more useful creatures
More Useful Creatures
  • ____________________ are people who traveled from place to place.
  • Donkeys and camels provide additional ways to move people and goods (along with horses).
  • People even domesticated ____________, such as honeybees. The silkworm was domesticated about 5,000 years ago in China to create silk cloth.
village life
Village Life
  • About 2400 B.C., the people living in Skara Brae left the village. Archaeologists believe that a terrible ________________ came and forced them to leave quickly.
  • The Skara Brae formed _______________ ______________________ to divide up the work in the village. This was due to the fact that they raised surplus food.
the iceman
The Iceman
  • ____________________ is the average weather condition of places over a long span of time.
  • The clue that told the archaeologists how old the Iceman was, _________________________________.
  • Geologists use ____________ _________________ to determine the age of the Iceman. They found that he lived about 5,300 years ago.