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Unformatted text preview: Study guide Exam 2: Introduction to Archaeology, Fall 2009 Note : It would be wise to know more than just the definition of each concept, though that is a fine place to start. A good idea is to know the who, what, when and where, as applicable, for each term. Just because a concept is on this guide does not mean that it will necessarily be on the exam; conversely, this guide may not include everything in the exam. Acheulian Affluent foragers Agriculture (development) Agriculture (effects on human populations) Animal tool use Archaic Argon dating Australopithecus Banpo atalhyk Clovis Control of fire Cotton Preceramic Curcurbita pepo Domestication (in Africa, New Guinea, the Andes and East Asia) Early human subsistence Ecotone Ester Boserup Fertile Crescent Folsom Gordon Childe Guitarrero Cave Herto Hominins Hominoids Homo antecessor Homo erectus Homo floresiensis...
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course ANTH 202 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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