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UTMANT201H5David SmithWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Exaptation, Hominini, Quadrupedalism

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13 Jan 2016
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We are the only remaining species of left of homins. *hominin"s- bipedal primate (means walking on two feet) bipedalism. Chimpanzees don"t have tails b
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UTMANT201H5David SmithSpring

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Trinil, Hand Axe, Unified Atomic Mass Unit

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19 Apr 2018
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Ice age begins with several hominin species, but as it progresses: fewer hominin species, dispersal from africa occurs, only has genus homo surviving,
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UTMANT201H5David SmithFall

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Radiocarbon Dating, Neutron Activation Analysis, Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy

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24 Feb 2016
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Dendroclimatology- tree rings used to determine past climates. Dendrochronology- tree rings dating for wood paleoethnobotany/archaeobotany- reconstucti
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UTMANT201H5David SmithWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Homo Naledi, Homo Habilis, Australopithecus Garhi

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24 Feb 2016
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Atapuerca Mountains, Neanderthal, Homo Erectus

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13 Jan 2017
10
New percussion techniques in the lower paleolithic. Soft hammer = hand axe increasing tool diversity. Acheulian hand axe function = used for scraping,
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UTMANT201H5David SmithSpring

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Aurignacian, Cave Of Altamira, Es Skhul

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19 Apr 2018
0
Genetic variation within a population is greater than between populations in modern human: means we did not have enough time to build up genetic divers
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UTMANT201H5David SmithSpring

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Yana River, Great Lakes Region, Watson Brake

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19 Apr 2018
0
H, erectus and modern humans in east asia: parallel evolution or replacement, replacement is supported by fossil evidence, animal teeth found with homo
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UTMANT201H5David SmithWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Rapa Nui Language, Homo Erectus, Homo Sapiens

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24 Feb 2016
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Topic 4: peopling of the globe 70,000- 12,000. During glacial advances, world wide area much more concentrated. Austrialia was never joined to south ea
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UTMANT201H5David SmithSpring

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Middle Paleolithic, Lomekwi, Ardi

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19 Apr 2018
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Ant201 topic 1: human origins: hominin evolution. First surviving tools made from stone: hominin evolution. Origin of the first bipedal primates that w
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UTMANT201H5David SmithWinter

ANT 201 Lecture 9: ANT201 - Week 9

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21 Mar 2016
23
Topic 9: complex society in south & east asia. 2600 1900 bc: east pakistan / west india. Mortuary pracices: no ostentaious tombs, distribuion of wealth
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lapita Culture, Easter Island, Australian Aboriginal Religion And Mythology

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23 Jan 2017
5
Around 65,000 modern humans began to populate much of africa, where they"re consuming seafood, hunter gatherer societies. Homo sapiens really started t
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UTMANT201H5Paul A DuffyWinter

ANT201H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homo Erectus, Oldowan, Acheulean

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13 Jan 2017
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