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Anthro Lecture 1

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANT100Y1
Professor
Christopher Watts

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Anthropology Tutorial 3 17:38
Archaeology.
Who does this garbage belong to?
What can we infer about the people who throw this stuff away?
What can we infer about the origin of this garbage?
Artifact: any object made/used by humans
Chronology: An arrangement of events/periods in the order in which they occurred
Classification: Systematic arrangement in groups or categories according to criteria
Context: Relationship artifacts have to one another and situation in which they are found
Culture: Set of beliefs, values, styles, behaviors shared by a group
Midden: An area used for trash disposal
Inference: A conclusion derived from observations
Data: Information
Hypothesis: Proposed explanation or interpretation
Evidence: Data used to support a conclusion
Observation: Recognition of a fact or occurrence
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Anthropology Tutorial 3 17:38 Archaeology. Who does this garbage belong to? What can we infer about the people who throw this stuff away? What can we infer about the origin of this garbage? Artifact: any object madeused by humans Chronology: An arrangement of eventsperiods in the order in which they occurred Classification: Systematic arrangement in groups or categories according to criteria Context: Relatio
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