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Spatial Analysis / Architecture and Monumentality
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Schedule for help with your final paper or quiz: Appointments via email: alisontorrie@gmail.com Alison is available Mondays (Nov. 23 rd and Nov. 30 th ) from 1:30 to 2:30 or by appointment. Tutorial Quiz: Dec. 4 (in tutorial, same as last) Final Exam: Dec. 18 (7 pm, see SSC) Please email one of us if you have any questions or concerns.
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FINAL ESSAY – Some guidelines: No electronic submissions! Do not slide your paper under any door! Late papers must be date-stamped and placed in the appropriate mailbox. Staple in the top left corner – no binders, folders, etc. Typed, normal font, size and margins, double-spaced Number your pages, not including title page and bibliography. Title page including your name and student no., TA’s name, professor, course code, date, and title of your paper. AAA Style Guide is posted on ANTH 103 Vista site In-text Citations: (Smith 1996: 234) Bibliography (among the most frequent issues) Richards, Janet 1999 Conceptual Landscapes in the Egyptian Nile Valley. In Archaeologies of Landscape: Contemporary Perspectives , edited by Wendy Ashmore and A. Bernard Knapp, pp. 83-100. Blackwell Publishers, Malden.
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Today’s Outline I : 1. Principles of spatial analysis 2. Provenience and taphonomy 3. Creation of space through social relations 4. Public and private space II Monumentality : 1. Principles and examples Sites: Karnak Temple; Pyramid Complexes
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Spatial analysis is the interpretation of the distribution of objects and architecture in the archaeological record. Goal = to identify the spatial patterns which
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course ANTH 103 taught by Professor Andrewmartindale during the Fall '09 term at BC.

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