It's the story of man's achievement and failures through the ages. Records of what happened since the beginning of time. It's also the study as well of the present and the future because the past is the key to understand one's present and our link to a better successful future.
He studies ancient man in terms of his arts and customs evident in artifacts.
Because archeologists dig excavations and looks for relics they are also called what?
THE "PICK-AND-SHOVEL" HISTORIAN
He studies man in terms of his race and culture.
He studies man's remains from fossils.
They study and serves as recorders. They write down what they have learned and discovered about history.
Refers to objects which human beings made like ornaments and others in the pass; can also burial or civilization sites.
RELICS or FOSSILS
Refers to human and animal bones or teeth and other traces which plants or animals left in rock.
It refers to stories told through time and handed from one generation to another.
Tales of gods and goddesses.
Tales of mortal heroes
Oldest epic known.
EPIC OF GILGAMESH
Oldest epic in India
Oldest epic in England.
Origin of things.
Origin of the place's stories.
Stories about (talking) animals.
What do you call the cave man in China?
What do you call the cave man in Palawan, Philippines?
What do you call the cave man in Java, Indonesia?
What do you call the cave man in Southern France?
- he was the 1st prehistoric man that practice "arts."
What do you call the cave man in Düsseldorf, Germany?
- they bury their dead and believe in after life.
- they preserve their dead by means of mummification.
He is The Father of History.
This may include "journals or diaries" and historical accounts or reports. Primary sources refer to sources where direct information has been taken. Ex: Records
PUBLIC MATERIALS or PUBLIC DOCUMENTS
2 commonly used in measuring the age of an object.
CARBON DATING & COUNTING THE NUMBERS OF RING IN A TREE
What is the name of the mummy located at the north-side of the Philippines. (both in English & Tagalog)
E: SAGADA & T: KABAYAN
Who were the 2 people that classified the division of history based on their works on it?
CHRISTIAN JURGENSEN THOMSEN & JENS JACOB ASMUSSEN WORSAAE
It was the absence of written record: History was studied based on "unwritten" evidence like tools, drawings, and ornaments.
It came from the the Greek word Palaios. (3,750,000-8,000 B.C.) (Stone Age)
Prehistoric man during the Old Stone Age was called _ _ _ _ _ which literally means wanderer.
He temporarily dwells in cave or in make-shift tent made out of _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ or _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.
BRANCHES & ANIMAL SKIN
What kind of tools cave man used which are crude and sharp? Give 4.
What was the prehistoric most common tool used.
What was the name of the cave in Rizal where stick figures of early Filipinos were found.
What was the greatest achievement of the caveman?
Where was the Neanderthal Man was found? (100,000-40,000 years ago)
NEANDERTHAL VALLEY IN DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY
What period was in the time 9,000-4,000 years ago?
- they were skilled people
What do Neolithic people do as craftsmen? (3)
WOOD MAKER or CARPENTER
Tools used by Neolithic people. (3)
In the metal age what were the 2 metals used as ornaments?
GOLD (AU) & SILVER (AG)
What was the 1st metal probably used because it was easy to work(craft)?
COPPER (Cu 3,000-2,000 B.C.)
Where was Copper found?
Bronze is a mixture of 2 elements namely...
COPPER & TIN
It was used in South West Asia some 5,000 years ago as weapons.
It's a metal that was discovered 4,000 B.C. but only used in 1,500 B.C. - it is easily melt and cheap. - also used as forts and building cities.
What do you call the writings of the Sumerians before?
What do you call the writings of the Chinese before?
What do you call the writings of the Egyptians before?
What do you call the time of civilization of the Fertile Crescent, India, China, Greece, Rome?
Transpired in Europe from Dark Age or Byzantine Empire. Renaissance, Age of Exploration and Discovery. Reformation or Counter-Reformation: Enlightenment or age of Reason (Intellectual Revolution).
Industrial or Scientifical Revolution; Nationalism (Nation-Building) World War 1 & 2; Cold War (a.k.a. Silent War) and Neocolonialism (20th & 21st Century.