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Anthro 2 Read: Ashmore; Lightfoot + Parrish 1/21/11 I. INTRODUCTION 1. Anthropology (sub-fields) Archaeology (anthropological archaeology) Cultural Anthropology (Ethnography) Linguistic Anthropology Biological Anthropology (Bioarchaeology) 2. Archaeological Training Anthropological Archaeology Classical Archaeology Prehistoric Archaeology (prehistorians)(Britain) 3. Archaeological record material remains, material culture II. WHY STUDY ARCHAEOLOGY? 1. Study of Ancient History (Prehistory) A. written records no earlier than 5000 years
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Unformatted text preview: Prehistoric Archaeology, Native Oral Traditions B. Dichotomy Between Prehistory and History Prehistory – people without history? “Excluded Past” -- Ancient History vs. Prehistory C. Case Study – Native California – How Long People Have Lived in Calif? –Where are Earliest Archaeological Sites in Calif? Early Sites: Arlington Springs, Daisy Cave, Eel Point Complex Hunter-Gatherers Landscape Management Practices Increase Biodiversity, Decrease Firestorms...
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