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ANTH 1210 Chapter 1: Topic 18
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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1210
Professor
Haskel J.Greenfield
Semester
Fall

Description
OS82 Put in private collections and museums Ancient Stone tools Originally interpreted Tricks of nature Fossilized thunderbolts Works of supernatural spirits Tear drops on the gods Made by degraded form of humanity prior to Noahs flood Giants Og Interpretations questioned by early explorers Saw modern peoples using stone tools Americas, Australia and elsewhere Realized they were stone tools made by people John Frere Stone tools found in association with ancient extinct animals o 12 feet below surface in Hoxne England recognized to be ancient tools beginning of study of prehistory in Europe Monuments in North Europe Stonehenge Somme River, N France Boucher de Perthes Customs inspector Part time antiquarian Begins to push back antiquity of humanity Genetics Study of genetics Begins with laws of reproduction o How traits passed from parent to offspring Gregor Medel Catholic priestmonk Agriculture study
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