anthropology- the study of behavior, artifacts, and
beliefs of different cultures.
archaeodome- a structure used by archaeologists that
allows them to be protected from the weather so they can work on a
archaeology- the study of the physical remains of human
artifact- an object produced or shaped by human craft, especially a
tool, weapon, or ornament of archaeological or historical interest.
burials- location of graves and the artifacts found in and around
cache- a hiding place used mainly for storing food and valuables of
culture- the way of life of a group of people. This
includes what they wear, how they govern themselves, their religious
belief, other rituals, etc.
hunger/gatherer- people who hunted animals and collected
plants for food.
migration- movements of large groups of people.
pemmican- a Native American recipe that includes buffalo
meat, berries, nuts and fat that are ground together, and dried.
petroglyphs- ancient pictures that are cut into stone.
ruins- the remains of something destroyed, disintegrated,