Parent Category: Social Sciences
The scientific study of the origin, the behavior, and the physical, social, and cultural development of humans.
Yes, we control the energy flow and are in majority top of the food chain.
Not any more! Prehistoric/predynastic Egypt had a savannah-like environment, and this is attested to by Saharan rock paintings in Egypt and other North African Saharan countries showing monkeys, giraffes, rhino's, lakes and rivers with crocodiles and fish and even people dancing in the rain and...
Without water, your body wouldn't be able to get rid of toxins thatcan cause damage to your cells and organs. Water is also needed formaintenance of body temperature, digestion, absorption of food, andcirculation of blood.
People in times before clocks were in common usage used the sun asa basis for timekeeping. Sun dials were common in city squares andat churches.
Strengths - provides explanations for the smooth running of society. looks closely at the role of each institution. Weakness - does not address areas of conflict in society
genus, then species (homo=the genus, sapiens=the species)
the wargles from morrgarath because he needed miners to build a secret bridge he was working on for a long time
Averaged out at about six million years ago when we split from the chimpanzee branch.
The position of the foramen magnum on the fossil Australopithecus africanus discovered by Raymond Dart suggested to him that the species had an upright posture and was bipedal .
It depends on your religion, after all "It was always burning Sincethe worlds been turning!" So really it depends on who you thinkmade the world turn first!
Patricians lived in luxurious villas.
stuff like spear heads and weapons that were craved by scraping it against other obijects.
If the respiratory system failed, you will obviously die, due to lack of air. If you couldn't breathe for even 10 minutes, no human can live without air for that long.
the disappearance of an indian tribe in the amazon jungle might bestudied in which branch of anthropology
Toumai is the nickname given to the first fossil remains of Sahelanthropus tchadensis to be discovered.
......mosquitoes, rats, ticks, fleas, cockroaches and pathogens. And the appendix - it serves no anatomical purpose, but can still make you ill, i.e. appendicitis.
Moka is used in peace making between the tribes and it is also used by the "big men" in status achieving with the method of giving pigs and money to the other tribes.
The oldest pyramid is 40000 years old! you added on extra '0', the pyramids are about 4,000 years old and although they are impressive, Newgrange in Co. Meath in Ireland is about 5,000 years old and used corbelled roofing technology long before the Egyptians thought of it!
The ancestors of today's chimps were ape like creatures that roamedthe Earth millions of years ago. Chimps and humans evolved fromthese creatures.
he sees tao almost get killed and tries to save him..he chases taofor the clan but pretends he cant find him
There are quite a few major races in the world. In generic terms,they are Caucasians, Africans, Native peoples, Asians, andHispanics.
small population, moving from place to place
We have discovered remains of human civilization in and aroundAfghanistan that dates to roughly 90,000 years ago. As a result, wedo not have names for these particular people.
Archaeology tells us about people in the past - what they looked like, what they ate, what types of houses they lived in, the types of work they did and the dieseases they suffered from. Archaeology can tell us about the objects they valued and those they didn't. Archaeology provides evidence for...
The two types of anthropology are following: 1: Physical and Biological anthropology. 2: Socio and cultural anthropology.
Physical and cultural anthropology
a metal sharp blade in the front with a handle
Margaret Mead's claim to fame is that she is the most well knownanthropologist in the world, even after her death. Her most famouswork is Coming of Age in Samoa.
They died out 27,000 years ago.
the original settlers in france were the french
Darwin's theory has little to do with criminology. Were you thinking of the study of evolution or perhaps forensic anthropology? The last one is very important because when a body is not found a long time after that person's death, more information can be gained about the person's identity and cause...
The practice of archeology is the job of digging up old and maybe historical sites to find really old stuff and valuble stuff. They also find time capsules which is some sort of container containing stuff from earlier people e.g The Victorians,The Tudors etc buried its like a big treasure hunt.
You seem confused about what is meant by evolution and what is meant by speciation. Scientist do not prove things, but they do support their claims with evidence.
by carving and carving stones,bones.
The original Irish came from what is now northern Spain after the last Ice Age. The Irish Y-DNA is very similar to that of the Basque people. The people of that region are usually dark-haired as many Irish are, light-skinned (when not tanned), and some have blue eyes as well as lighter shades of...
Yes Lewis and Clark met many Native Americans on their journey. TheLewis and Clark Expedition began in 1804 and ended in 1806.
the ratio of width to height of an object, the multiplier is 1.618
The HOMO of butadiene is the Highest Occupied Molecular Orbital, which happens to be sp 2 hybridized orbitals. see for some really descriptive photo representations and explanations on structure.
all near parts of egypt
Homo habilis did not draw anything. They had no representational art at all. The earliest evidence for the brain development required for symbolic thinking is not until much later.
The Celts of Britain and Ireland are descended from a population who expanded out of northern Spain after the last Ice Age (See R1b on Wiki). The DNA doesn't show any connection with Berbers. They are the source of dark hair and eyes among the Celts; they are not dark-skinned however. PREVIOUS...
There are hundreds but they can be divided into some broad categories - such as biology, zoology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, archeology. . There are many different answers to this question, all of which someone would consider correct.
No. We are not descended from Neanderthals, but they are related to us.
A rare isotope of carbon (carbon 14) is breathed in by organisms on average by size and gas exchange metabolism. The do not start breathing it until birth and stop ingesting the isotope at death. So, by examining the organisms you get a good estimation of length of life and then know rather closely...
Shorter and stockier than modern humans. Bigger muscles. Expanded ribcage with larger lungs.
muhammed was born in mecca he died
Relatives are people who are related , that is, within the same family or connected by marriage or adoption. They include parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and various levels of cousins. They can also include half-brothers and half-sisters (who share one common parent), and stepparents or...
Yes. There were two kinds. Cromagnon and neanderthal.
they mostly all live in shacks or tents they don't really have houses.
Neanderthals were shorter and stockier. Weak chin, prominent brow ridge, pale skin, probably red hair.
Archeology is a physical study history is the study of the past
ANSWER: . It is the symbol for the word 'Circa'. It means 'about' when describing a time reference. Therefore C 5000 BC. Would mean around 5000 years before the christian era. Also refered to as the common era. See the related link for more inforamtion.
Homo erectus did not co-exist with any of the Australopithecines.
The most common way archaeologists collect their evidence is through the excavation of archaeological sites. However there are many other ways as well such as surveying and in libraries or archives consulting historical records.
Most people believe it will be the members of the hominids in descending order of likelihood: . Chimpanzees . Bonobos . Gorillas . Orangutans . Gibbons After them then the monkeys. However, according to Terry Bisson it will be Bears.
chromium monoxide
The following is only a brief explanation void of any cited peer reviewed sources short of my own knowledge gained through higher educational training in the area of interest, anthropology, as pertaining to the question at hand. In the following answer I will address only one area of economic...
They didn't go extinct. Cro-Magnons were early modern humans.
No. Homo sapiens , may have appeared as early as 200,000 years ago in Africa. According to one hypothesis, members of our species began a series of migrations from Africa that ultimately colonized the world.
Humans first appeared in Quaternary Period/Pleistocene Epoch. From about 1.8 million years ago to 11 thousand years ago.
It didn't. Humans never WERE apes.
First of all, Charles Darwin said he was not an atheist but an agnostic.. He started out training to be a doctor, like his father; but he found the operations - in those days without anasthetic - too much to bear and left medical school. It was something of a tradition that failed doctors became...
Two major dating methods applied to artifacts and fossils are stratagraphic dating (based upon the particular layer of rock of sediment in which the object is found) or radiometric dating (which is based on the decay rates of certain radioactive isotopes). The type of radiometric dating used...
Because it can be.
Princeton Hospital in New Jersey.
Archaeologists often do study ecofacts and natural features they find near an archaeological site. These lines of evidence can provide vital clues to what the climate may have been like in the past, what natural resources were available to the people how once inhabited the site and how they may have...
The Indians were nomadic.
homo-erectus were not as famous for their burials as for their discovery of fire
Biology is the study of life.. so Biologists