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What it is and its Early Days
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Give a broad understanding to the practice of archaeology in our world today Provide a sufficient background for further study Offer the basic concepts of field work in relation to interpretation Examine the difficulties the discipline faces
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Scientific study of the human past and ancient behavior through time and space A Multidisciplinary science The study of the archaeological record.
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The Archaeological Record! Ground survey Test Excavation Large scale excavation Non-intrusive technologies Classification and laboratory analysis
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Hesiod and Herodotus in Greece King Nabonidus of Babylon Oral histories passed down before writing Ancient Egyptians Roman fascination with Egypt
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Acropolis in Athens, Greece Pyramids of Giza, Egypt
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Biology Geology Geography Paleontology
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Unformatted text preview: Heinrich Schliemann’s excavations of Troy Searching for antiquities from the Iliad and Odyssey Stephens and Catherwood in the mid 19 th century Local antiquarians in the Eastern U.S. Ill-thought explanations for the presence of the mounds Contribution of geology to general human understanding Established through association between stone tools and extinct species This realization was a push factor for asking of bigger questions concerning the human past General human interest in the past Investigations and speculations of the past have their roots in millennia passed European Renaissance sees the beginning of the path to modern archaeology Classical vs. Prehistoric archaeology Antiquity of the world prompts deeper questioning of our past...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2011 for the course ANTH 210 taught by Professor Brainlane during the Spring '11 term at University of Hawaii, Manoa.

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