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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTHROP 1AA3
Professor
Karen Mc Garry
Semester
Fall

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Slide 2 • 120-140 thousand years ago • Central Europe, Asia • Most recent Neanderthals 30-40 thousand years ago, extracted DNA (femur) from western, eastern Europe • Enough evidence that shows there is interbreeding between Neanderthals and humans Slide 3 • Replacement model-humans originated in parts of Africa and spread out across the globe Slide 4 • 30 thousand years ago-humans were foragers (hunting and gathering) and nomadic (moving around from place to place) • Humans lived in small populations, made use of wild foods and animal resources Slide 7 • Changes in middle east, parts of Asia • Reduced meat in diet, started to hunt small game animals, gathered nuts, more grains and vegetables • Populations in Mesolithic are less nomadic, stayed in one spot for a long period of time (necessary precursor for agriculture) Slide 8 • Modern day Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Israel, Turkey archaeological sites representing the transition from nomadic to agriculture
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