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Lecture 27 Part 2– Sociological Settlement Patterns

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Department
Anthropology
Course
Anthropology 2229F/G
Professor
Christopher Ellis
Semester
Summer

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Lecture 27 Part 2– Sociological Settlement Patterns  What should be found at a domestic site? o Everyday debris o Broad range of debris o Redundancy o Frequency  How many are there? Should be more than work areas o E.g. Paleoindian Site: Thedford II  Arranged in a semi-circle, spacing is the same, redundant 2  Relatively small, 80-100 m  Occupied at the same time  Most of the stone used for tools the same, but some was different  Someone had access to different stone than the others, different movement patterns?  Aggregation site, many groups gathered together o How to find housing structures  Debris collects around the inside walls of the structure  Debris can gather around activity areas, e.g. hearths o E.g. Archaic site in Brantford  Excavated by Paul Le2nox  Overall si
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