Prehistoric greece

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Prehistoric greece. Comenius project 2010-12.

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  • 1. Stone age in Greece800.000 3.000 Palaeolithic 800.000 10.000 Messolithic 10.000 6.500 Neolithic 6.500 3.000

2. Palaeolithic Greece A. caves B. open-air sites 3. Petralona cave 4. The skull ofPetralona( 600.000 200.000) 5. Franchthi cave(30.000 3.000) 6. The oldest human skeleton found inGreece in Franchthi (10.000 8.000) Vases with painted decoration (Franchthi,Middle Neolithic) 7. Palaeolithic mobil lifestyle Why from 1.000.000-800.000 up to 7.000-6.500 B.C. When In caves and open-air sites (in huts and hovels) mostly near rivers and lakes Where

  • living in bands of 25-100 people
  • hunting and gathering
  • having burial rituals
  • believing in the afterlife

How

  • handmadetools(sharpened stones, choppers, needles)
  • weapons(spears, axes, bows and arrows)
  • objects found in nature
  • clothesmade of skins

What homo erectus, homo sapiens Who 8. Neolithic Greece Permanent settlements 9. The neolithic settlement of Sesclo (6.800-4.400) Building on Sesclo acropolis 10. Ceramic workshop in Sesclo Red clay vase with white painteddecoration Stone axes from Sesclo 11. The neolithic acropolis of Dimini (4.800-1.100) Design reconstruction of theacropolis 12. Clay jar from Dimini Arrows from Dimini Jar with incised decoration 13. Idol of sitting woman (middle Neolithic) Man idol (later Neolithic) 14. Woman idol from Sparta (earlyNeolithic) Woman idol from Creta 15. Neolithic permanent installation Why from 7.000-6.500 up to 3.000 B.C. When farmsteadsin settlements Where

  • living in tribes
  • gathering, hunting
  • fishing
  • agriculture
  • domestication

How

  • tools (chisel, hoe, plough, yoke, loom)
  • pottery
  • woven clothes

What homo sapiens Who