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Chapter 4, Lesson 3: Hunters and Gatherers (pp. 106-114)

I. Early Fire Users

II. The Neanderthals: Community Builders

    A. Neanderthals lived in Europe in large groups of 20 to 50 people.

    B. Neanderthals probably had a strong sense of community and took care of one another.

    C. Neanderthals seem to be the earliest people concerned with life after death.

III. Cro-Magnons: Modern Humans

    A. The Cro-Magnons looked like modern people and lived like modern hunter-gatherers.

    B. The Cro-Magnons made advanced tools such as spear throwers.

    C. The Cro-Magnons carved sculptures and painted cave walls and ceilings.

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