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Intro to History and Early Civilizations

A firsthand account source from someone who witnessed the actual event and didn’t just record about it.
Having a shortage or small amount of something that may not meet the demand of the people.
The act of transporting goods and services from one person or country to another.
The time before writing was developed.
The act of developing skills in a certain field or subject.
An impression such as a trace/footprint or remains of an animal or organism from history.
Someone who studies and writes about history or the past.
The time period when people began to transition from being a nomad to settling on farms and brought big changes to civilizations.
The belief that spirits are present in things such as animals, plants, and other natural objects.
Having a large or oversize amount of a product after demand from others has been met.
A system in which a civilization develops to separate their citizens by household income or other factors.
The primate of a family including humans and other ancestor, including some of the Great Apes.
To raise and control animals and plants for human use. _____________ animals and plants allowed farmers to have an endless supply of food.
Commonly known as the Old Stone Age and lasted from 2 million B.C to 10,000 B.C where people were Nomads who moved place to place constantly and kept running out of food and resources.
A complex society developed with a developed culture, religion, social structure, government, food supply, technology, and a written language.
The act of being apart of the Nomad group in which had no permanent home and often went searching for food and water.
The spread of ideas, concepts, and products from one culture to another.
The worship/belief in more than one God.
The belief of one single god is known as _____________.
A second hand account source made by someone who did NOT witness the actual event but gathered facts and records to write about.
Scientific name for the human species.
The amount of money and resources a civilization has and how they conserve what they have.
A human-made object from the past such as a tool or weapon that is part of history.