Lecture 5

Lecture 5 - Midterm Test October 19th in class(20 Chazan...

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Midterm Test: October 19th in class (20%) Chazan text pp. 1- 249 (minus Ch.2) Multiple Choice, short/long answer Strategy: Information management: hierarchy of priorities Lectures guide text Each lecture equal weight Focus on themes Think about details within themes (e.g., sites, species, tool traditions, varying positions, etc.) Peopling New Geographic Worlds Part 1: Sunda and Sahul (SE Asia and Australia) Part 2: The Americas Beringia Land Bridge Migrations Early Human Occupation in NE Asia Early Human Occupation in Alaska/Yukon Routes to the South? When did it happen? - Three Temporal Models Hominin Adaptations … …and Migrations Homo erectus Tropical/substropical Archaics Specializations in new locations (temperate/sub glacial) AMH All landscapes Across water Late Pleistocene South East Asia Homo erectus in Asia as late as 46-27,000 years ago (Ngandong, Indonesia)
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Supports Out of Africa hypothesis for AMH Homo erectus in Flores Islands at 800,000 years ago i.e across water (shallow) Homo floresiensis on Flores Islands 38-18,000 years ago Homo sapiens (AMH) sites in SE Asia 40-37,000 BP (Niah Cave, Borneo, Lang Rongrien, Thailand) Homo floresiensis Recently discovered hominin on Flores Island (2003) Dates to 38 -18,000 BP
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