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September 13th 2012.docx

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTHROP 1AA3
Professor
Tracy Prowse

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9/13/2012 7:26:00 AM Madeleine Mant – [email protected] Becky Gilmour – [email protected] Katherine Bishop – [email protected] Myriam Nafte- [email protected] Peer scholars inquiries – Lori D’Ortenzio [email protected] Why Study the Past -Most societies have an interest in the past - Reconstruct and explain lifeway’s in the past from material evidence - Goal – study our changing biological and cultural diversity - Do this by exploring sites - Sites can take many different forms large and small (Burial sites, Ossuary) - Depending on the site you can imply different research and different strategies Midden site = debris (shells and bones) – what kind of species was there? (tells us about diet) Seasonal animals Cave Sites (settlement sites, burial sites) Places of religious worship Painting Archaeology (vs. Treasure Hun
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