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Pre-History: vocabulary

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BreAnne Griego

on 17 July 2015

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Pre-History
Vocabulary
A flat representation of the curved surface of the earth.
Map
An area with one or more features that makes it different from surrounding areas.

Region
An account of a historical event by a witness.
Primary Source
An account of a historical event by someone who was not present.

Secondary Source
Paleolithic Era
The first part of the stone age; when people developed stone tools.
Neolithic Era
The new stone age; when people learned to make fire and tools
Domesticate
Changing plants or animals to make them more useful to humans
Hunter/Gatherer
People who hunt animals and gather wild plants, seeds, fruits, and nuts to survive
C.E.
Common Era; the years following year 1.
B.C.E.
Before Common Era; the years before year 1.
B.C.
"Before Christ"; the years before the Christian calendar year 1.
A.D.
"Anno" Domini"; The years in the Christian calendar that are considered after Christ
Hemisphere
Half of a sphere
Prime Meridian
An imaginary line drawn around the earth at 0 degrees longitude
Equator
An imaginary line drawn at 0 degrees latitude.
Artifact
An object created by humans.
Historical Period
A period of time that is readily identifiable particular items.
Agriculture
Farming
Irrigate
To supply water to an area of land.
Geography
The study of earths physical and cultural features.
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