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ANTH 1210 Chapter 1: Topic 11
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Anthropology
Course Code
ANTH 1210
Professor
Haskel J.Greenfield

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o82P 2012 CE = 5773 years ago Jewish calendar since creation Rosh HaShana First and second days of month of Tishrei Date of creation Ancient calendars Calendar system Lundar Calendar (Jewish, Muslim) o Modern world Solar calendar Renaissance Attack Age of exploration o Explorers discover exotic life forms New peoples, animals and plants Absence from bibl had to be explained o Variation not explained in bible Different looking peoples Indians Native Americans Africans New peoples and cultures Question traditional explanation for human origins Human variation If one species Evidence humans were adapting (changing) If more than one species Can retain biblical interpretation Justification for slavery Carolus Linnaeus Systematically named and classified all li ing organisms According to physical resemblances Latin names Linnaean Binomial Classification All species h ve two names Species
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