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6.1 Students describe what is known through archaeological studies of the early physical and cultural development of humankind from the Paleolithic era to the agricultural revolution. 1. Describe the hunter-gatherer societies, including the development of tools and the use of fire. 2. Identify the locations of human communities that populated the major regions of the world and describe how humans adapted to a variety of environments. 3. Discuss the climatic changes and human modifications of the physical environment that gave rise to the domestication of plants and animals and new sources of clothing and shelter.

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Raindeer heads. Copy

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Natural pigments
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Painting

Throwing stick. Atlatle.

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Industrial Arts

Painter's tools (mortor & pstle) and stone lamp

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Natural pigments
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Industrial Arts

Bison. Copy

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Natural pigments
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Painting

Bull head relief

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Stone
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Solutrean Sculpture

Engraved pebble with shaman.

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Bone
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Sculpture

Grotto of Pech-Merle.

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Environment

Wooley mammothGrotto of Pech-Merle.

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Natural pigments
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Painting

Bison created using natural forms of rock.

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Natural pigments
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Painting

Bison. Copy

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Natural pigments on Limestone
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Painting

Bull.Copy.

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Natural pigments
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic Painting

Raindeer head with geometric sign

PALEOLITHIC Anonymous (1500000 BCE - 8000 BCE)
Natural pigments
15th-10th millennium BCE European Paleolithic: Magdalenian Painting


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