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An201 handout 1% - Anthropology 201 Handout 1 Intro Please note There will be daily class handouts focusing on some of the key terms/concepts t hat

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Handout 1 – Intro Please note: There will be daily class handouts focusing on some of the key terms/concepts that we address. This is meant to supplement your own class notes and reading. As the handouts cover key concepts and terms, for exams you will be given a review sheet with major questions, but you should use these handouts also as study guides for key terms, etc . Under normal circumstances, handouts will be posted to the course blackboard site the night before class and absolutely no later than 11am the day of class. Key terms : - Archaeology: “ The scientific study of the human past through the analysis of material remains” Research in Nasca (Note: we will discuss this in more detail later in the course – Chapter 14 covers the Andes. I will use my own research in Peru as examples in the beginning of class when we are learning about what archaeology is). - Nasca (Nazca) Lines (geoglyphs) o cranial modification - polychrome pottery - Mina Primavera - Cocahuischo
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course ANTH 201 taught by Professor Vaughn during the Fall '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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An201 handout 1% - Anthropology 201 Handout 1 Intro Please note There will be daily class handouts focusing on some of the key terms/concepts t hat

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