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ANT313 (Sept 20, 2012) - Upper Palaeolithic Ends.docx

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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT313H5
Professor
Gary Crawford
Semester
Fall

Description
- If you paint a landscape or do anything, you have to include some sort of liberation in the background - View of Chinese prehistory in early days - China map o Cradle of china? - Regionalist view o What’s real and what’s not? o What’s the difference? o Split between eastern and western Iroquoian groups split between Yonge St. - Henan institute of archaeology o Nationalism in China o Everything centers around China; also regional centric; this is seen everywhere but in China is even more so - Henan Provincial Museum o Superb places to go, really nice places that’s well funded UPPER PALAEOLITHIC ENDS - Vegetation CA. 18000 BP o 6-7 Celsius colder than today o Evergreen forests and mixed forests o Challenges of resources - Objectives o Technology and settlement  Pottery (Jefferson article?) o How China, Japan and Korea compare o How it compares to Europe and apply certain concepts to SW Asia o Regional differences? - Standard view of upper Palaeolithic o REVIEW
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