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00:04 How things are procured food extractors food producers Food Extractors Foragers (travelers) o Resource distribution in an area is unpredictable Foragers take whatever is available o More search time; less processing time Collectors (processors) Resource distribution is predictable and reliable –specialized extraction  techniques More processing time; less search time Food Producers Agriculturalists: plant cultivators; larger populations, altered environment; tend  to be sedentary larger territories Trade An exchange of property involving interpersonal interaction between two or  more parties Archaeologists are interested in resource acquisition (e.g. stone; clay) Direct access to resources Resource procured by the user at the natural primary source Indirect Access Trade and exchange; resource procured at the source by one group and then 
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2010 for the course ANT 3 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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