El caballero de bengala

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|Australopithecines |Homo Erectus |Neanderthals |Cro-Magnons |
| |1.5 millions ago.|Were first discovered in Engis,|Straight limbed and tall compared to |
|Dentally similar to humans. |Use tools for special purpose. |Belgium. |the contemporaryNeanderthals. Blade to|
|With a brain size not much |Eat roots. Use the animal skin |Had a language. |hunt animals. The origin of Europeans. |
|larger than modern apes. |toprotect. Originated in |Lived in complex social groups.|The French geologist Louis Lartet |
|Appeared about 4 million years |Africa. Used more diverse and |Neanderthal stone toolsprovide|discovered the first five skeletons of |
|ago. Rock tools |sophisticated stone tools. |further evidence for their |this type in March 1868 in a rock |
|| |presence where skeletal remains|shelter. |
| | |have not been found.| |24/08/2010

Nomad: Are communities of people who move from one place to another. The nomads move every day looking for food to survive.

Hunter –gathered: A hunter-gatherer society is onewhose primary subsistence method involves the direct procurement of edible plants and animals from the wild, foraging and hunting without significant recourse to the domestication of either

Neolithicrevolution: Is the first agricultural revolution, the transition from hunting and gathering communities and bands, to agriculture and settlement. The most important technological development ever to...
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