Class 3 presentation - 1900s to present General human...

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1900s to present
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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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Foundations laid in the last half of 19 th century Public interest in ethnologies and museums Private and public enterprises to recover antiquities
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Alfred V. Kidder Known for working in the American Southwest Work back stratigraphically from known time period
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Detailed record keeping Standardization in excavation techniques Interest in every artifact Excavation by levels Laboratory work Sir Mortimer Wheeler
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Early “evolutionary” approach Nationalistic sentiments Joining of Anthropology and Archaeology in the U.S. Close ties to Natural History
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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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