05.24 - Anniversary

05.24 - Anniversary - 05/24 Terms 24-v Paleolithic- Old...

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05/24 Terms 24-v Paleolithic - Old Stone Age, four thousand - nine thousand B.C., caves located in SW Europe Lascaux - cave from Paleolithic era, located near the Italian coast lines and French coast lines, galleries of paintings on walls of animals, lime stone based region Chauvet - caves from Paleolithic era, hand print art, ½ kilo underground, animals – prayer to spirits (hunting season) – shaman Altamira - cave from Paleolithic era Neolithic - Newer Stone Age, newer agriculture, started in mid-east (northern edges of Mesopotamia; modern day Turkey), Anatolia -Start of the New Stone Age Catal Huyuk - “Fork”, Iconic spot of Neolithic civilization, no doorways at ground level – defense force (floods), used volcanic stones, seeds – materials used as grain and food for animals, no destruction by outside forces, buildings occupied then reoccupied due to fires – buildings built right on top, no language – no written record, had tiny figure of Caral Huyuk goddesses, no carved stones
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