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Class Notes for Anthropology 2229F/G at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNANTH 2229F/GChristopher EllisWinter

Lecture 3 - History of Archaeology

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Lecture 1 - Principles of Archaeology Introduction

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12 Jan 2012
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Lecture 4 - Archaeology in the Americas

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23 Jan 2012
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Lecture 2 - Advantages of Archaeology, It's Major Goals and the History of Archaeology

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16 Jan 2012
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Lecture 2 advantages of archaeology, major goals of archaeology & history of archaeology y advantages of having archaeology as part of anthropology: ti
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WESTERNANTH 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Thermoluminescence, Quartzite, Irradiation

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18 Jul 2012
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Lecture 16 thermoluminescence: trapped electron technique, have energy in the form of electrons that have become trapped in a material (usually quartz
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WESTERNANTH 2229F/GChristopher EllisWinter

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Standard Deviation

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18 Jul 2012
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Assumes plants gain carbon randomly from the atmosphere. Plants can be biased for/against certain isotopes of carbon. C-14 molecules move more quickly
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WESTERNANTH 2229F/GPeter TimminsWinter

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–1968), Kingsley Plantation, Historical Archaeology

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3 Apr 2018
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Anthro 2229 april 3rd 2018 lecture notes history with a capital h. History with capital h - of cially approved master narratives vs. History with a sma
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Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Forensic Anthropology, Knapping, Ethnoarchaeology

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27 Feb 2018
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Binford: archaeologists require a science of the archaeological record that is concerned with establishing the nature of relationships between human be
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WESTERNANTH 2229F/GPeter TimminsWinter

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture 7: Anthro 2229 Lecture 7 Notes

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30 Jan 2018
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Datum point - a xed reference used to keep control on a dig; usually controls both the vertical and horizontal dimensions of provenience. Often located
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Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Permanent Teeth, Cementum, Passenger Pigeon

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1 Mar 2017
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The means of supporting a life, a living, or a livelihood. Modern and historical: faunal remains, plant remains. Wear, caries: analysis of stable isoto
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Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Natural Foods

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18 Jul 2012
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Sites/components on the landscape: have to have a sample that is representative, e. g. One of the first known to rely somewhat heavily on agriculture.
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WESTERNANTH 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Ascribed Status, Achieved Status, Nuclear Family

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18 Jul 2012
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All ideal the divisions of social systems are not necessarily completely true, Lecture 27 social forms and society variations within each. Ranked clans
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