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ANTHROPOLOGY 101 FINAL EXAM REVIEW TERMS : Upper Paleolithic Altimira Cave Lascaux Cave Chauvet Cave Broad Spectrum Revolution Foraging Neolithic Revolution Food production (domestication) Domesticate Sedentism Beringia Paleoindian Clovis Culture Canis familiaris Canis lupus Teosinte/Maize Band Chiefdom State Egalitarian Environmental circumscription Cuneiform writing Endemic Epidemic Pandemic Infectious disease Chronic disease CONCEPTS: 1. Describe the cave art from the Upper Paleolithic. Identify and describe the 3 caves that were discussed in lecture. What are the interpretations of this art? 2. Where are the seven sites of origin for food production in the world. For each region, describe the locations, the approximate dates when food production began, and the types of plants and animals that were domesticated. 3. When did humans first appear in the New World (the Americas)?
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Unformatted text preview: What is the proposed theory for how they migrated from Asia to North America? What sort of evidence provides support for this theory? 4. How did health and nutrition change for humans as they changed from nomadic foragers to sedentary food producers? Describe the ways that the agricultural practices and new way of life led to changes in the types of diseases that affected people and the nutritional stress that they faced. 5. What are some causal factors that might lead to the development of a state society? What are the characteristics of a state? What are the four locations of early state development in the Old World? Where was the first state in the New World? 6. What are some causal factors in the collapse of a society?...
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