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early humans identity chart
"slowly scientists are discovering the secrets of the Chaveut cave.
" These scientist are discovering more things
. "So far in the cave they found 250 rock art samples, animal bones, and pieces of charcoal used by humans." This shows that the early humans had the ability to use tools to create things. "
People never lives in the cave."
" They produced black drawings of huge animals/mammals. Several thousand of years after, another group,another culture, visited the cave."
This proves that early humans painted/sprayed some sort of paint onto cave walls to draw animals or mammals.
Traditions and ceremonies:"Paleolithic religions are a set of spiritual beliefs thought to have appeared during the Paleolithic time period. Religious behaviour is thought...to have emerged by the Upper Paleolithic, before 30,000 years ago at the latest, but behavioral patterns such as burial rites that one might characterize as religious — or as ancestral to religious behaviour."
Ancient humans used to go on hunts and they would bring sharp tools (such as spears, knives, etc), and they would go out and hunt buffalo or deer or sometimes rodents.
Technology: "Around this time, toolmakers began to strike huge flakes off stone cores. They shaped the large flakes into handaxes by striking smaller flakes all around the edges. These multipurpose tools dominated early human technology for more than a million years. "
Very early humans learned to stay away from caves as shelters. Caves were often already occupied by dangerous animals. Instead, they looked for trees to climb into, or rocks and cliffs to shelter under. The discovery of fire had a huge affect on early humans. A fire allowed them to pick where they camped. Animals were afraid of fire. And fire could be used to drive animals out of caves
CAVES: From remains found, scientists have discovered that Neanderthals lived in caves and had fires in which they cooked their food. Neanderthals preferred caves as sleeping places and temporary homes. They were good hunters. They removed any dangerous animals, and then moved in. Neanderthals, like other early people, were hunters and gatherers. They did not plant crops. They gathered food and followed the herds
HUTS: Some early humans, like Cro-Magnon Man, had two homes, one they brought with them, and one they left behind them in a more permanent location. These early people were hunters and gatherers. In the summer months, while following the herds, these early people lived in easy to pack and set up tents or tee-pees. The summer tents were set up by either stringing them between two trees, or by covering some sticks tied together with the tanned hides of animals. During the winter months, they lived in larger more permanent type huts. The winter huts were usually in a permanent location and were built much sturdier. They would be roomy enough for a family to stay in. They were also made from tanned hides that had been sewn together and wrapped around logs which had been placed into holes that they dug. They had an opening in the top to let out smoke, and were weighted at the bottom with rocks or dirt to keep them anchored during storms
Determining exactly when humans began wearing clothes is a challenge, largely because early clothes would have been things like animal hides, which degrade rapidly. Therefore, there's very little archaeological evidence that can be used to determine the date that clothing started being worn.
boy of the painted cave
Quote: " come you will hunt with me"
Tao hunts with Ram to catch food easier
Tao and his clan have many many taboos and rules and traditions
Tao is: very adventurous, ambitious, bold, brave, careless, cautious, clever, creative, caring daring, energetic, fiercce, friendly, and last but certinaly not least, Tao is very honest.
Food and Shelter
"Graybeard stood up and erased the drawing with the toe pf his deerskin sandal"(pg.76)
This shows ha early humans used animal skins to make their shoes.