5.Prehistoric.religion.stud

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Annemarie de Waal Malefijt, Religion and Culture Questions on chapter 5, Prehistoric Religion Note to students: Because this book was first written in 1968, much of the evolutionary terminology and many of the archeological statements are now obsolete. There are some insights, however, that remain valid. My questions are directed at those insights. Know the meaning of the following terms Mousterian art mobilier home art vs. cave art palimpsest menhir cromlech dolmen tumulus alignment barrow passage graves hallcist Know the country and relevance of the following archaeological sites. Chou Kou Tien Monte Circeo La Chapelle-aux-Saints La Ferrassie Mugharet es-Skuhl Teshik-Tash Willendorf Brassempouy Trois Freres Altamira Cogul Carnac and Menec Stonehenge Be able to answer the following questions Certain 19 th century writers claimed that some tribes were so “low in culture’ that they had no religion. What was Tylor’s response? Tylor asserted his belief in the universality of _______. The three periods into which anthropologists still divide cultural evolutionary history are ______, ______, and _______, each of which is defined by _________. “Magical cannibalism” appears to have been practiced by ___________, who would today be classified as Homo erectus. (The genus name given to this fossil back then was _________). The religious nature of ritual cannibalism and head-hunting is attested to by ethnographic work among the Jivaro and the Amahuacha of the ____________ continent Neanderthals were traditionally associated with the _________ Paleolithic. The burial of an old man with a broken nose was found at ___________, possible indication of ________. In the ______ regions of German and Austria there are indications that the Neanderthals gave ritual attention to ______. In general evidence of possible Neanderthal religion is clearest in archeological sites that had been used in the distant past for ______. Aurignacian, Solutrean, and Magdalenian refer to __________ traditions found among people
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