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_____________ are scholars who study and write about the historical past.
a) archaeologists
b) historians
c) paleontologists
d) anthropologists

________ refers to the way of life of a society.
a) archaeology
b) culture
c) technology
d) civilization

The Neolithic Period refers to the years
a) 10,000 B.C. to the end of prehistory (about 3,000 B.C.)
b) 10,000 B.C. to the present
c) 2 million B.C. to 10,000 B.C.
d) 10, 000 B.C. to 1 A.D.

___________ is the study of past people and cultures through their material remains.
a) anthropology
b) archaeology
c) paleontology
d) epistomology

Which of the following would not be considered an artifact?
a) a preserved body
b) clothing
c) pottery
d) weapons

The belief that animals and objects have spirits is known as _________.
a) animism
b) polytheism
c) cuneiform
d) domestication

The Neolithic Revolution refers to the time period when people learned to
a) write
b) farm
c) speak
d) travel

A(n) ___________ is a group of states or territories controlled by one ruler.
a) city-state
b) empire
c) Neolithic village
d) civilization

A(n) ____________ is a political unit that includes a city and all of its surrounding territories.
a) city-state
b) empire
c) civilization
d) steppe

____________ refers to the spreading of ideas, customs, and technology from one place to the next.
a) cultural diffusion
b) cultural division
c) adaptation
d) technology

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