a “barbarian” population, which migrated from Northern Europe to Northern Africa, (perhaps from Germany?) – their origins are not exactly known, but archaeology confirms th
a male person in the tribe who is designated as someone who may solve problems and negotiate conflicts; this person has more influence than power and has no control over people’s lives
where there is an interaction and interconnection of both biology and culture
an index used to indicate whether a person is over- or underweight. It is obtained by dividing a person’s weight in kilograms by the square of their height in meters.
a loose, usually black or light blue robe that covers the body from head to foot, worn by Muslim women, with only the eyes visible
man-made mounds of stones built up as a memorial or landmark, typically on a hilltop or skyline; also possible markers for wayfinding or to locate caches of food; or designating a pathway fo
any of several large, North American deer, related to the reindeer of the Old World
an animal that eats flesh; a flesh-eating mammal of the order, Carnivora, comprising the dogs, cats, bears, seals, and weasels; an organism that derives its energy and nutrient requirements
the number of people and/or organisms that can survive on the available resources within an ecosystem; may sometimes be called a niche
a diverse group of tribal societies occupying most of early Iron-age Europe (1200 BC-700 AD), eventually expanding into a wide range of territories, i.