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  1. World History Chapter 1 Presented by Mr. “G”

  2. History began at this point according to historians Card 1

  3. Give three examples of artifacts according to the textbook Card 2

  4. The early period of human history is known as this Card 3

  5. A “location” where archaeologists might find useful information Card 4

  6. The prefix “paleo” means this Card 5

  7. The early part of the Stone Age was known as this Card 6

  8. Two countries where the oldest Paleolithic art forms were found Card 7

  9. The most common shelter for Paleolithic man Card 8

  10. The role of early men Card 9

  11. The role of early women Card 10

  12. A hard stone used to make tools Card 11

  13. Five benefits that fire brought to early man Card 12

  14. The physical feature that was close to the home of the early nomads Card 13

  15. By painting animals, early man believed it would do this Card 14

  16. The strongest characteristic of the early hunters and gatherers Card 15

  17. The reason nomads traveled in large groups Card 16

  18. The three areas that early man had to adapt to during the Ice Age Card 17

  19. The early painting of the bison reveals this about the Paleolithic Age Card 18

  20. The last Ice Age began when Card 19

  21. The scientific reason that we know how old things really are Card 20

  22. The location of “Otzi” Card 21

  23. The year “Otzi” was discovered Card 22

  24. “Otzi” had this in his shoes to keep his feet warm Card 23

  25. The occupation of “Otzi” Card 24

  26. The “age” that scientists believed “Otzi” lived in Card 25

  27. “Otzi” is now on display in this country Card 26

  28. This was possibly the most important event in human history Card 27

  29. Animals provided these four things to Neolithic man Card 28

  30. This replaced hunting and gathering Card 29

  31. The length of time the Neolithic Age lasted Card 30

  32. In the Neolithic Age, this was used to make mats and cloth Card 31

  33. In the Neolithic Age, this occurred as a result of producing more than enough to eat Card 32

  34. Community in present-day Turkey that was home to approximately 6,000 people Card 33

  35. The seven main crops grown in early North America Beans Cocoa Maize Squash Sunflowers Sweet potatoes Tomatoes Card 34/End Section 1

  36. This developed as a result of the farmers staying in one place Card 35/Begin Section 2

  37. One of the earliest known communities AND where it is located Card 36

  38. These two alloys were mixed to create bronze Card 37

  39. The years of the Bronze Age Card 38

  40. CAUSE: Farming Begins List 3 EFFECTS Card 39

  41. Six traits (given by your text) of a civilization Card 40

  42. No Card 41

  43. The 2 main rivers in the Fertile Crescent Card 42

  44. The body of water the 2 main rivers of the Fertile Crescent flow into Card 43

  45. Two large present-day countries where the 2 main rivers of the Fertile Crescent flow Card 44

  46. The areas of the Cultural Approach that can apply to Ancient Mesopotamia Card 45

  47. Mesopotamia means this in Greek Card 46

  48. The direction the Mediterranean lies of Mesopotamia Card 47

  49. This controlled the seasonal flooding in Mesopotamia Card 48

  50. A unique characteristic of a city-state in Sumer Card 49