The type and quantity of tools obtained.
The number of people in their clan.
The availability of wild plants and animals in their environment.
Their use of fire.
Characteristics of Neolithic humans:
Characteristics of Egyptians:
Characteristics of Cave Men:
Characteristics of Hunter-gatherer societies:
The domestication of plants and animals
Use of simple tools
The use of fire
The development of weaving skills
Ophthalmologist; artists and facts
Scientists; experiments and data
Archaeologists; artifacts and fossils
Mesopotamians; writings and laws
Litmus paper testing
Living in clans of 20-30 people
Using simple weapons or tools made of stone
Wandering around in search of food, water and shelter
Making pottery to store the vegetables they harvest from their gardens
Using advanced tools and weapons
Working on their farms, where they planted crops and raised animals
Creating cave art in the caves where they lived