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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

Lecture 2 - Ch. 1, The Doing of Archaeology (Methods)

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13 Dec 2011
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsWinter

Archaeologist

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14 Feb 2011
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 cro-magnon  upper paleolithic peoples of europe.  cro-magnon art: distribution: north africa to siberia.  major concentrations in sw france, north
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsSpring

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 77: Heterarchy, Pyramid Texts, Fourth Dynasty Of Egypt

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25 Mar 2018
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The thought is that the cemeteries are on the west side where the sun is setting. Pyramid at saqqara: built by djoser from the third dynasty, surrounde
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

Lecture 10 - Mesoamerica continued + Ch. 14, Complex Society in South America

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13 Dec 2011
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Next monday (dec. 5), 6-7:30 pm, test and exam centre, 255 mccaul st. , room. Coverage: all lecture content and assigned textbook readings (including a
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Olmec Colossal Heads, Cenote, Maya Script

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5 Dec 2011
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Lecture 9: complex society in mesoamerica: mesoamerica- central america. Guatemala, belize, and parts of honduras: associated with maya and aztec, maya
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

Lecture 8 - Ch. 12 (pp. 346-359), Complex Society in South & East Asia

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13 Dec 2011
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Lecture 8 - complex society in south & east asia. July-sept. floods = massive silt deposits (capped sites) - floods are o devastating. Emphasis on hygi
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

Lecture 7 - Ch. 11, Mesopotamia & Egypt

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13 Dec 2011
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4500 bc; world"s first cities: early city-states period (4500-3100 bc) e. g. uruk , eridu , ur, population growth - 50, 000+ people by 3100 bc, 9 km wa
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Ubaid Period, Euphrates, Soil Salinity

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5 Dec 2011
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Earliest signs of complexity and statehood in mesopotamia (southern iraq): writing, urbanization, agriculture. Environmental context: low rainfall: wat
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Ancestral Puebloans, Crop Yield, High Civilization

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2 Dec 2011
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October 24, 2011: research paper is due four weeks from today in lecture, next week"s tutorials are devoted to improving your research and writing. Wha
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsSummer

ANT200 - Lecture 2

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9 Oct 2011
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsSpring

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 75: Pre-Pottery Neolithic, Ghazal, Mesolithic

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25 Mar 2018
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First evidence for farming exists in fertile crescent. Includes israel, syria, jordan, northern lebanon etc: lots of wild wheat and barley. Uyyun al-ha
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsSpring

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 46: Woodland Period, Newark Earthworks

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25 Mar 2018
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Woodland period phenomena: think of these as archaeological cultures. Adena: conical shaped burial mounds, often surrounded by an embankment, the mound
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