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Notes Ch 1 Cont Material Culture items for Future Exam

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Notes Ch 1 Cont Material Culture items for Future Exam HIST 1111

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The notes are ch. 1 cont. And contain material Culture items you may want to know for future exam!!!!!
Survey of World History to 1500
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Daniel Kim on Wednesday August 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIST 1111 at Georgia State University taught by MEGAN PIORKO in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see Survey of World History to 1500 in world history at Georgia State University.


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Date Created: 08/31/16
Homosapiens migrate out of Africa. Aborigines of Australia ● Came from Indonesia by land bridges and wood plank boats. ● Australia had few large predators, which were hunted off by 16,000 years ago. ● Aborigine society had gender divided labor; men hunted and fished, and women  gathered vegetal foods and used grindstones. ● Used controlled grass and brush fires to aid hunting and renew vegetation. Material Culture Object ­ Australian Shaman rock painting. A Shaman in a trance from a rock  carving 40,000 ­ 20,000 years ago. (Culturally similar to European paintings) Human Migration ● Two species of humans migrated out of Africa into Europe in two phases. ● Neanderthals 1.8 million years ago. ● Homo sapiens 35,000 years ago. Early Art ● Homo sapiens sites in Europe are full of small figurines and rock paintings. ● Figurines are small, created in ivory, rock, fired clay. The Ice Age ● Between 23.00­16,500 years ago, much of the earth either frozen or dried up ● Evolution in mental capacity gave Homo sapiens the skills to survive as a species. ● Land bridges connected to Malaysia to Indonesia, Korea to Japan, and Asia to  North America. Beringia and Migration to the Americans ● Ice­free southern Beringia provided a place for humans to live. ● Advancing Ice Age isolated them from both Asia and America. ● Migrated into North America by boat c. 16,000 years ago. ● Split in the ice led to mass migration c. 13,500 years ago. Material Culture Chapter 1 ● Lascaux Cave paintings ● Shaman Rock paintings ● Venus of Willendorf


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