Archaeology Chapter 5 Study Questions

Archaeology Chapter 5 Study Questions - Archaeology Chapter...

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Archaeology Chapter 5 Postglacial Foragers STUDENT 1. Faunal remains found at Mesolithic sites a. will usually be dominated by reindeer or horse. b. are likely to include domesticated wheat. c. will have Levallois points in them. d. are likely to involve a wide variety of animal species. e. none of the above 2. The site of Sannai Maruyama is a. located in the Eastern United States. b. an important cave site with Mousterian artifacts. c. a Jomon site with evidence for large buildings. d. an early Neolithic site in China e. none of the above 3. Gatecliff Shelter was NOT a. located in the western United States. b. excavated by David Hurst Thomas. c. an Archaic period site with evidence for the use of desert resources. d. the site of the first wall paintings in North America. e. all of the above 4. Vedbæk is a. located in the western United States. b. a Mesolithic site in southern France. c. an area with a Mesolithic cemetery. d. a place with early evidence for the use of fire. e. none of the above 5. Carbon isotope evidence from human bone indicates that Mesolithic groups at Vedbæk were a. hungry. b. older than their Paleolithic neighbors. c. getting most of their food from the sea. d. getting most of their food from the land. e.
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ANTH 103 taught by Professor Mcdermott during the Spring '08 term at Fullerton College.

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