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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Final: Lecture: Barbarians and the Collapse of the Roman Empire

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Christianity is sole religion in rome (410 ce) A lady who took over her husband"s empire. She did a lot of damage and destroyed london (trading port) I
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Study Guide - Final Guide: Eridu, Serval, Warka Vase

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3 Dec 2015
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1 - the earliest place that state and farming. Mythical figure interacts with god and human. The preserver of life (a ship built by god) Having family
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mesoamerica, Decision-Making, Social Complexity

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3 Dec 2015
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2 - the human society that we are the most familiar with. 4 - over 50,000 individuals; nowadays- more than a million. 6 - having literal people (can re
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tutankhamun, Saqqara, Deshret

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3 Dec 2015
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2 - nile river flood the valley every year. 6 - having a lot of building materials. 7 - water level might fluctuate a lot. Land nutritious due to flood
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Study Guide - Final Guide: Smallpox, Maya Script, Middle Ages

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3 Dec 2015
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ASUPSY 101Robert ShortFall

PSY 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fundamental Attribution Error, Stanley Milgram, T Cell

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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pressed Glass, Terminus Post Quem, Haitian Creole

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Chapter 6: how did dining practices change over time and what archaeological evidence support this, 16th century i. ii. In england: the use of chair by
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ASUGCU 102Elizabeth LarsonFall

GCU 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Knowledge Network, Disneyfication, Cosmopolitanism

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11 Nov 2015
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3 - how the environment is perceived and understood by people. 4 - how people acquire knowledge of their environments. 5 - how this knowledge shapes th
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ASUGCU 102Elizabeth LarsonFall

GCU 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Gross Domestic Product, Gross National Income, Purchasing Power Parity

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11 Nov 2015
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Result of competitive economic systems; influenced cultural and political factors. Ldc developing or less developed regions (periphery / semiperiphery
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ASUGCU 102Elizabeth LarsonFall

GCU 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Subsistence Agriculture, Crop Rotation, Shifting Cultivation

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11 Nov 2015
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3 - study of agriculture has a long tradition in geography. 4 - major changes in agriculture worldwide over the last five decades. 5 - decline in numbe
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Lecture 13: Exam 3 #2 Origin and Spread of Modern Humans

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10 Nov 2015
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Qafzeh (90kya: genetics informing the origins of modern humans. Modern human evolved in africa between 200-100 kya. All modern humans outside of africa
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Lecture 15: Exam 3 #3 Origins of Agriculture

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10 Nov 2015
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No animals: farming depended on crops and animals domesticated elsewhere (borrowed) Donkey, cat: farming begins with abrupt arrival of foreign people w
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Monks Mound, Social Stratification, El Argar

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10 Nov 2015
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Four correlated aspects of human societies: population size, subsistence how the society acquire food, political centralization how are decisions made,
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Denisova Cave, Denisovan, Shanidar Cave

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10 Nov 2015
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Might be unable to cope with the cold (ice age) Fewer plants = fewer grass eating animals = fewer food for neanderthals. Range europe, near east, parts
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Starch, Fertile Crescent

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10 Nov 2015
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Film #3 study guide: sago tree is an important source of food in new guinea. Hunting is not as reliable; depend on gathering by women. Stripping sage t
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Midterm: Book #1

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7 Nov 2015
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What types of data and evidence do archaeologists use to understand early. Historical archaeology: study of past people based on the things they left b
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ASUASB 222Charles PerreaultFall

ASB 222 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gunsmith

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Describe the challenge the river created for the archaeologists working at fort. The river is challenging for the archaeologists because there were an
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