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ANTH 1220 Chapter 1: Topic 1

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University of Manitoba
ANTH 1220
Ellen R.Judd

Earthen lodge Dirt pread over wooden construction o Small floor area o 2500 pieces of baked clay lumps human and animal figurines o no daily activity debris few hollow long bones flutes or pipes? Finger prints 27 000 BP (in baked clay) Dermatoglyphics (science of finger printing) Cant tell they belong to female Shaman? Burial in main compound o Covered with red ochre o Canines of arctic fox held in hands o Placed under 2 mammoth scapulae Carefully preserved burial o Female, 40 years old o Disfigured face o Pathological condition caused paralyses of cheek muscles of left side of face (stroke) o Finds 1936 discovered head of women carved in ivory 1948 ound womans face carved on small ivory tablets in oth cases, obvious distortion of left side of face special status burial facially deformed female 2 representations of her Colonization of New Worlds: Part I Australia and New Guinea Sahul = Australia and New Guinea 80 km water to cross at last glacial maximum How did they get there? Didnt have fancy boats early on Height of Last Glacial Period
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