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AFRI1002 MIDTERM EXAMINATION -TAKE HOME 2013.doc

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African Studies
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AFRI 1002
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AFRI1002 MIDTERM EXAMINATION TAKEHOME 2013INSTRUCTOR DANIEL TOSABUKLEName Deanna SimonStudent Number 1008293291Written records have drawbacks of 2Archeologists retrieve artifacts architecture etc3Paleontologists examine fossils4Slave derives from the word slav and shows what Europeans did to Africans5Famous among the African emperors of Rome are Octavian Augustus Constantine and Theodosius6At first all humans belonged to one race being descendants of Adam and Eve7first constructed race onbased on sons of8means creations of different peoplein different 9Linnean taxonomy relates humans to armadillos but humans relate to10Europeans used race to establish a priori presumption that Europeans had a superior race over Africans11Scientific racism viewed Africans and Europeans to be different Europeans were human beings and Africans were something else12Scientific racism viewed only whites to be capable of being civilized13 The first human ancestor to migrate from Africa is a Lucy b Taung Child c Homo Erectus d e Homo habilis f both d and e14The hominid or hominin found in a German quarry is a Neanderthal b The Snow man c The Viking d The CroMagnon15The human genome project a used MtDNAb Traced all human ancestry to a single African woman c found modern humans to be CroMagnons from Africa d All above16The Neanderthal genome is carried by CroMagnon populations17Skin colour reflects the different amounts of melanin and keratin1
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