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ANTH 20633 Lecture 1: Arch Unit 2

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ANTH 20633
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David Aftandilian

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find more resources at oneclass.com 0/19/2016 Animal Remains – zooarchaeology How do we know humans brought animals to the site? - Cut marks vs tooth marks on animal bones. - If animals appear when humans settled there - If specific bones are selected, omitted, or collected. - Burning of bone Other uses for animal remains besides food - Bones for building - Clothing from shins/hides - Tools from bones - Rituals - Currency (shells) Quantify Animal Remains - Meat weight (kind, sex, time of year) - NISP (Number of Identified Specimen): number of identified bones of each species as percentage of the total number of identified bones at a site. o Problems: Some animals have more bones than others Counts fragments of bones (a bone cut in half is two) Does not account for meat weight - MNI (Minimum number of individuals): the least number of individuals who could have accounted for the animal bones present of a site. What do zoo archeologists want to know? Sex: Sexual dimorphism - Features that identify a sex (like antlers) - Shape and size - Penis bone Age: - Size: some grow continually throughout life - Epiphyseal fusion in long bones (attachments at the end) - More arthritis at joints (also connected to labor) - Tooth wear find more resources at oneclass.com find more resources at oneclass.com Tortoise Slaughter Pattern - Older at death in older samples o Increase in predation - Climate How to tell if animals were domestic? - Tools - Smaller size (soon after domestication) - Context: do they appear when people settle there - Early arthritis/ deformities 09/21/2016 Bioarcheology = study of human remains from archaeological sites - Mortuary archeology = study of how people treated their dead in the past. (inhuman vs cremation, what artifacts were buried with them. Taphonomy is more of how the entire site got buried. What can we learn about individuals from bones? - Age of death - Occupation - Sex - Cause of death Bio archaeological Analysis 1) Human vs nonhuman 2) How many people 3) Sex 4) Age Partition Scars - Much more common in women than in men - Have some statistical relationship with childbirth (meaning, mothers have them more often) - Women who have not given birth may also have them. find more resources at oneclass.com find more resources at oneclass.com 09/26/2016 4) Age Sub adult vs Adult (You can get almost 2 years close to a sub adult, but adults are harder and classified as young middle or old) - Fusion in long bones - Lengt
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