arch anthro 1 - arch anthro 1 2008-11-11 What is...

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arch anthro 1 16:54 What is archaeology? Introduction An archaeological perspective  Case study: Hadza foragers at Lake Eyasi, Tanzania Terminology: ethnoarchaeology, foragers= hunters-gatherers, savanna-bush- woodland, base camp, division of labor, cooperation, main foods, baobab fruit,  tubers, berries, meat, honey Course logistics What is archaeology?--> the science of rubbish o They study the garbage left behind by ancient people Food, tools, material remains like pyriamids o The reconstruction of past human behavior from the scientific study of its  material remains Sources of information o Bones and teetch  o Archaeology o Geology o Modern analogues Linking ancient evidence with modern ways The research topic Archaeological methods
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2009 for the course ANTHRO 16254 taught by Professor Bunn,henryt.;hutchinson,sharont.;strier,karent. during the Fall '08 term at Wisconsin.

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