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Definition and importance for archaeology : - Activities & materials used to obtain food Study of: a. Social organization (planning, labour, surplus) b. Technologies and processes c. Floral and faunal analysis of remains i.e. food (MNI/NISP) d. Osteology (human bone analysis)
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Agriculture involves the controlled
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Unformatted text preview: use and breeding of two types of domesticates species: plants and animals. These species are genetically different from wild precursors. Plant Domestication ! larger seed pods ! adapted to human harvesting - extended range Animal Domestication- larger - less robust - evidence of herd management...
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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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