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Anthropology
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ANTHROP 1AA3
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Tracy Prowse

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Anthropology January 14, 2013 Types of Sites  Settlement sites  Middens o Bones and other hearth and processing debris o Patterns of food consumption  Cave site o Highly specialized o 30-100 thousand years ago (Neandertal cave site) o Dealing with an enclosed type of space need different types of strategies How are sites found?  We need to understand where these sites are located and then we need to locate them  Some are obvious e.g. Egyptian pyramids  Archaeological survey  Aerial photography irregularities underneath  Remote sensing  Historical documents try to reconstruct where a site was based on historical documentations Archeology (vs. Treasure Hunting)  Idea behind good archeology  if you do an excavation you need to do it systematically!  Digging is destruction  Rigorously controlled u
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