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CHAPTER 1 Review and Explore
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The long-term impact of agriculture, animal domestication, and the environment on different rates of development around the world is examined.
The impact of humans on the planet from the Paleolithic to today is traced by two of today's leading biologists.
The survey is designed for students.
Monarchy, Slavery, and Empire can be traced back to prehistoric ancestors.
It shows the development of hierarchies in many cultures.
Humans came to be everywhere in the world in a lively examination of how and why.
The articles examine the ways in which the distinctions between humans and other animals came to be.
Neolithic belief systems and cultural products resulted from them.
A survey of modern brain science and an examination of how the mind evolved are included.
The way food is produced today is different from the way it was in the past.
Drawing on many different fields, it examines the role of culture in evolution.
The introduction includes the newest archaeological and chemical evidence.
An up-to-date survey of how humans evolved and how people have studied this, in a lively narrative written for general readers.
The latest research on hominid evolution from 6 million years ago to today is examined in a three part series.
The Chauvet caves of southern France contain the oldest known human artwork from around 32,000 years ago.
There is a one-hour documentary about Neanderthals.
Human migrations out of Africa are examined in a five-part documentary and accompanying book.
There are many links to sites on prehistoric art in this section of Art History Resources.
The site is presented by the Institute of Human Origins at Arizona State University.
Video clips from the series, simulations, animations, interactive timelines, expert commentary, and primary sources can be found on the PBS Evolution website.
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