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Click to edit Master subtitle style ASB 335: Prehistory of the Southwest
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SW defined:
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Keeping Track of Time BC (E) = Before Christian Era (Western Calendar) e.g. 4500 B.C.E. AD = Anno Domini (Western Calendar) e.g. A.D.1492 ALSO BP = Before Present (usually 1950) ya = Years ago…
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What we know: Archaeological data
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PaleoIndian Period
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Archaic Period and Cultivation
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Unformatted text preview: Regional Trajectories: Artifact analysis pottery & chipped stone Pueblo I Developments Early Villages Chaco Canyon Post-Chacoan Reorganization Mesa Verde Large Towns and the PIV Period PIV Period Social and Religious Changes Hohokam Casas Grandes Navajo, Apache, Yavapai The Entrada Out of the Past...
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