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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Great Hungarian Plain, Ablation, X-Ray Fluorescence

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11 Nov 2016
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Late neolithic socio cultural boundaries on the great hungarian plain. The ways that a cultural group expands, maintains, and in a sense defines itself
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Lewis Binford, Pierre Bourdieu, Nunamiut

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29 Oct 2016
3
Mousterian period in europe - glaciated period neiderthals. Home range (where they would go)/site function. Whole territory covered by a group in one y
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Viru Valley, Systematic Sampling, Central Place Theory

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29 Oct 2016
4
One major task of archaeologists is to locate and record the whereabouts of the site. Ground survey and arial survey - no single formula to finding sit
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Cave Painting, Bioarchaeology, Bog Body

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11 Nov 2016
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Bioarchaeology: the study of human remains in the archaeological record. The vast majority of human remains are skeletions and bone fragments. 0the stu
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Hopewell Tradition, Processual Archaeology, Native Copper

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11 Nov 2016
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Marine items such as shark teeth and shell came from the south. Native copper, silver, and pipstone came from the north. One polity tries to outdo its
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Trace Element, Volcanic Glass, Petrology

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11 Nov 2016
2
Depends on the knowledge of the distribution of the natural sources of the raw. Identify specific minerals that may be characterici of a specific sourc
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Kula Ring, Substantivism, Mechanical And Organic Solidarity

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11 Nov 2016
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture 21: Friday October 14 Lecture 8.1

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11 Nov 2016
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Rivers were used to transport the stone hundreds of miles to the location. Not many people lived in the stonehenge area. Thus, they had only small grou
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: James Deetz, Dendrochronology, Willard Libby

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29 Oct 2016
3
Material, shape, decoration, etc bottle typologies of the coca cola changes from glass to plastic bottles. Changes over time - in a specific time peopl
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sea Level Rise, Bioturbation, Tropics

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23 Oct 2016
3
Primary context - since these original formational processes have been forming these sites have not been disturbed vs secondary context - looting or er
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ian Hodder, Christopher Tilley, Gender Archaeology

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23 Oct 2016
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Detectable laws of human culture - cross cultural behaviors. Archaeology is subjective rather than objective interpretive archaeology. Another aspect o
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UICANTH 220David ReidFall

ANTH 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Bubonic Plague, Ramesses Ii, The Sharper Image

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11 Nov 2016
5
How to study human remains while preventing further damage. More precise: allows visualization of soft organs and tissues of differing desnisties. Mumm
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