Well, the word PREHISTORIC means - before recorded history, so.....I hope that answers it for you right there.
This region was inhabited by numerous smaller groups of people who lived in tribes or clans that created villages. The lives and cultures of most early Native Americans were guided by their environment.
The cave art tells us the most about prehistoric cultures
Past cultures are studied by historians and archaeologists. Archaeologists also study prehistoric cultures.
The study of prehistoric cultures to the first development of agriculture, about 10,000 years ago, is called paleoanthropology.
The prehistoric Indians were originally first developed in North America. The Cherokees, Senecas, Lenapes, Choctaw, and the like were prehistoric cultures developed in North America.
They left NO written records
Polytheists are people who believe in more than one god. As most religions were polytheistic prior to missionaries spreading monotheism, and all cultures have religion, polytheism would reasonably be expected to have existed since prehistoric times. Further, when explorers met prehistoric cultures (cultures that did not yet have written records), many of them were polytheistic.
D. L. N. Sastry has written: 'The pre historic cultures of the Manjra valley, Medak District, Andhra Pradesh' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Paleolithic period, Prehistoric Tools, Tools, Prehistoric 'Studies in prehistoric cultures of Andhra Pradesh' -- subject(s): Prehistoric peoples, Antiquities
Paleo, Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian
Asia because they have big cultures and before they discovered any other continent the continent they were in was Asia
There are no permanent of native peoples who populate the Antarctic continent. This means that there are no Antarctic cultures, per se.
Cultures that have been affected by colonization (in the last 2000 years, I don't know the names of the ones before that): Most middle eastern cultures The North African cultures The Central African cultures The South African cultures The British Isles' cultures Most European cultures North American cultures Central American cultures South American cultures Indian subcontinent cultures Some of China Most of Southern and Southeast Asian cultures Australian and New Zealand cultures Pacific Island cultures
A great many tombs & stone alignments. AS to what one means by the prehistoric folk of Wales, one must specify the period, for modern Wales has not the same borders as any of the various prehistoric & historic cultures in that region.
The three predominant cultures are Anglo, Hispanic and Native American.
the four American cultures of Texas are Southeastern, Plains, Pueblo and Gulf :)
Alcohol has been known in all European cultures since prehistoric times.
The Paleo-Indian Era, The Archaic Era, The Woodland Era, The Mississippian Era
Major cultural differences are designated geographically, such as: Southeastern, Plains, Northeastern, and Coastal. (There ARE more)
diverse cultures view the American Dream as an great opportunity for them to get better in life.
How were your European and native American cultures blended in new Spain
While slit drums are believed to have originated on the continent of Africa, various early versions of the drums have been found in early Asian and South American cultures as well. In various African cultures, a slit drum language evolved.
Prehistoric man had drawrings but the Egyptians and the Romans actually wrote things down.
Animistic cultures will worship animals regardless of continent.
It is one of the top 3 or 4 largest river systems in the world. It is the largest river in the US. Since rivers were the main means of transportation, it was important to the development of prehistoric cultures and early American development.
Early native American cultures developed like Europeans they learnt argriculture and they developed
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