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Study guide Exam 1: Introduction to Archaeology, Fall 2010 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. Agency theory Anthropology Archaeological Resources Protection Act Archaeological ethics Archaeology Artifacts Charles Darwin Charles Lyell Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Culture Dating methods (absolute and relative) Ecolith Edward Taylor Ethnoarchaeology Excavation methods Feminist or gender archaeology Feature GIS GPS Human antiquity Hudson-meng In situ Infrastructure/structure/superstructure Intrasite vs. intersite comparison James Hutton James Ussher John Frere Lewis Binford Marxism Middle range theory/research Morphology National Historic Preservation Act
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2011 for the course ANTH 202 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas A&M.

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