ANTH Study Guide #2

ANTH Study Guide #2 - ANTHROPOLOGY 2010 Exam#2 Study Guide...

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ANTHROPOLOGY 2010 Exam #2 Study Guide Test Date : November 8 th 2007 Note: I am developing this study guide on Thursday, November 1 st , 2007. I have included material that I think we will cover on Tuesday November 6 th , 2007. Thus, some of the material on this study guide has not been discussed and will appear new. I am hoping to cover all this new material on Tuesday but if I do not cover it, you will not be responsible for it. Readings Angeloni : Be prepared to answer a couple questions from African Trailblazers and Hunting the First Hominid .\ Fuentes : pleasidapiformes, Archonta, encephalization quotient, The Raft Hypothesis, Pronsulidae, Ouranopithecus , Time Periods Know when each of these time periods occurred. What each time period is the “age of.” And how each is characterized in terms of climate, life, and primate life. Cenozoic Paleocene Eocene Oligocene Miocene Pliocene _______________________________________________________________________ _ People Elwyn Simmons David Pillbeam Eugène Dubois Raymond Dart Herbert Cover Robert Broom Ms. Ples Taung Child William Bass Matt Cartmill
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  • Fall '07
  • Anthropology, Piltdown Man, Encephalization Quotient, Anthropoidea Omomyidae Adapidae Aegyptopithecus Smilodectes gracilis Omomys carteri Sivapithecus Eosimias Apidium Epipremnun Catopithecus Karanisia clarki Saharagalago misrensis Afrotarsius Artiodactyla Gigantopithecus Pierolapithecus catalaunicus Chorora, Relative Dating Primate, Diagnostic primate traits, primate origin hypotheses

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