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Lecture 59

ANTH 1210 Lecture 59: Lecture 59
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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1210
Professor
Haskel J.Greenfield
Semester
Fall

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o982 Some plant materials preserved (acorns) Containers (basketry) Fishing appears: First evidence: 90,000 YA South Africa 60,000 YA Indonesia 35,000 YA Europe Exploitation of variety of aquatic resources (fish, mussels) off edge of coast Marine traveling and hunting crossing large bodies of water Ice Age Economics: Hunting and storing Europe: big kills 2X a year South Russia (horse, mammoth) Other: broad spectrum East European Plain Artifacts inside hut 1 Mezhirich Remains of one of the earliest percussion instruments ever found The drum was a mammoth skull Placed at entrance porch Painted with a pattern of red ocher dots and lines Dolni Vestonice Czech Republic Environmental setting 3 phase of Wurm glacial Arctic tundra Winter extreme cold Summer short Site located on slope near stream Upper Settlement 2 activity areas main 4 ovoid huts subsidiary 1 hut
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