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Parent Category: Anthropology
For questions on the theory, method, and practice of studying past cultures and peoples.
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 as  a basis for timekeeping. Sun dials were common in city squares and  at churches.
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
It depends on your religion, after all "It was always burning Since  the worlds been turning!" So really it depends on who you think  made the world turn first!
  Toumai is the nickname given to the first fossil remains of Sahelanthropus tchadensis to be discovered.
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 roamed  the Earth millions of years ago. Chimps and humans evolved from  these creatures.
he sees tao almost get killed and tries to save him..he chases tao  for the clan but pretends he cant find him
We have discovered remains of human civilization in and around  Afghanistan that dates to roughly 90,000 years ago. As a result, we  do not have names for these particular people.
a metal sharp blade in the front with a handle
Horses and humans share three groups in Taxonomy, they are as  follows: Kingdom: Mammalia, Phylum: Chordata, and Class: Mammalia.  The remaining 5 groups: Order, Family, Tribe, Genus, and Species,  are completely different.
They died out 27,000 years ago.
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.
by carving and carving stones,bones.
Yes Lewis and Clark met many Native Americans on their journey. The  Lewis 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 http://www.bluffton.edu/~bergerd/classes/CEM311/examples/2p2trans.html 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.   ...
No. We are not descended from Neanderthals, but they are related to us.
Shorter and stockier than modern humans. Bigger muscles. Expanded ribcage with larger lungs.
muhammed was born in mecca he died
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.
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.
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They didn't go extinct. Cro-Magnons were early modern humans.
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...
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...
No. They were shorter and stockier.
  == ANSWER: ==   Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars are inner planets. The rest are outer. See the related link for more information.
They roasted it on the fire or spit roasted it and sometimes boiled it or even dried it.
Archaeologists study cultures from the past so that we canunderstand more how people lived back then.
It probably wasn't very different. They were both stone age hunter/gatherers, who lived in caves and rock shelters. They both hunted large animals, such as bison, horse, mammoth, etc.
43 because they had drowned over a period of 5 years.... do not go to skeleton lake! you might die
The Itzas, credited with being wizards, flourished during the classic period from 300 AD to 900 AD.
In order to better understand how people lived in ancient times, and to see how it mirors society today. To see how these people used to9 live, and to learn from their history, their mistakes and/or their achievements.
  They were the Prussian landowning gentry.  
Archaeologists quite often buy some of their own tools, but a large amount will be provided by the company or university for which they work, especially bigger things like shovels or wheelbarrows or more technical equipment like total stations. In local, amateur groups people often buy a lot more...
  who ever writes answers like   "how many times he/or she had pootytang in the pooper ho or the glory hole"   is friking stupid you silly little girls even if you one boy   you one GIRL you dumb!!!!!   or answers like how many hits he or she took   you DUMB i swear sleep with one...
  He was to busy doing things
They made their clothes out of animal skin.
They died out 27,000 years ago.
Only the seed could be effectively dated using C14. The bone, at one million years old, is far outside the range for which carbon dating is effective. Once the Carbon 14 within a sample has decayed significantly it becomes impossible to measure the remaining amount and establish an age. Currently,...
They both developed lighter skin as they migrated into Europe and Asia.
Homo Sapiens are the modern man (like me and you). They were the next and last in line during evolution and were created after the first Ice Age (not the film, the real thing). Neanderthals were one step before them in the line of evolution.
An artifact or artefact is any object made or modified by a human. tools could be called an artifacts and that is precisly what they are.
Various methods of dating are available to date organic remains. Probably the most well known of these is carbon dating.
  The Rosetta Stone   The name of the stone is the Rosetta Stone. It was found in 1799 by a few of Napoleon's soldiers while they were knocking down an old wall in order to build a new fort. The Rosetta Stone is the reason why we can now read and understand hieroglyphics.
  == Answer ==   yes if a baby was very deformed for one or more reasons but it is very unlikely   == Answer ==   yes if a baby was very deformed for one or more reasons but it is very unlikely
From the Neander Valley in Germany, where the first fossils were discovered.
the first human or more correctly the ''modern man'' (the actual translation from Latin is ''wise man''). An archaic form of homo sapiens is dated 800.000 years ago and a more modern form is dated 200.000 to 100.000 years before and is sometimes called ''homo sapiens sapiens''.
No. Artifacts are strictly things that have been modified by human action.
The Scientific name Australopithecus Afarensis was given to the earliest know humans. Remains were found in eastern Africa, dating back 3.6-3.9million years ago.
plenty of other animals stay with their offspring after full development. almost all of the primate species have this family bond, as well as dolphins and more.
It seductivly strokes a girls cheek, then leans in close to her ear and whispers "baby, be my girl..." then she dates it! easy peasy lemon squeezy!
  The are many houses that are believed to be "hauhted". I pesonaly belive there are no really hauhted houses.
  == Answer ==   Researchers have dated the oldest Neanderthal fossils to more than 200,000 years ago. But it is not just the Neanderthals that are changing the Church's position. Our own species, Homo sapiens has been dated to around 180,000 years ago, and this has now been confirmed by...
Plagiarism has no place in the science of carbon dating, unlike the  practice here followed of sentence construction.
That is actually a sensible question-- many countries in that region of the world changed their names when the Soviet Union broke up. But Hungary is one country that not only still exists; it still has its same name. Hungary's best known city is Budapest, and it remains a popular attraction for...
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  It is on the Zambia and Zimbabwe border with the Zambezi river passing through it.
He didn't , he had only incisors and premolars so we are talkingabout fructivores and herbivores species here.
These are all species that are members of the genus Homo, which includes modern humans and closely-related species.
I suppose the answer to that is near-enough illustrated graphically in the beginning of the movie 2001 A Space Odyssey , where an ape finds an extra use for an animal bone.
They were the dominant human species in Europe and Asia for hundreds of thousands of years.
The oldest examples of Homo Sapiens is from the Omo remains, presumably dating back to 195,000 in Ethiopia. It was another 60,000 years until Homo Sapiens remains become prolific and visible in other parts of the world. This supports the "out of Africa" theory that Homo Sapiens, like many of the...
because they can learn more about ancient humans
Economics did not change much during this period. Iron -a functionally superior metal to copper- was now used to construct tools. Although agriculture was still very important, improved farming methods enabled parts of the population to pursue other means of making a living while relying on the...
  == Wikipedia ==   Brief Definition From Wikipedia:    Humans, or human beings, are bipedal primates belonging to the mammalian species Homo sapiens (Latin: "wise man" or "knowing man") in the family Hominidae (the great apes).[1][2] Humans have a highly developed brain capable of...
The lived all across Europe. The same climate as today.
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as archeology is the study about the remains of human's past ,,,,, we may get a record of written articles on soft or hard materials and ,,,which helps one to reconstruct the known or wrongly constructed history......
  == Answer ==   As the paint dries the moisture in the paint goes into the air and would tend to collect on the cold water pipe.  Should stop fairly quickly.
There is some difficulty in establishing who you would include in such a line. If you only go back to archaic versions of our species (homo sapiens) you have 300 000 years worth of ancestors, if you go back to the early hominids like "Lucy" an Australopithecus afarensis who lives some 4 million...