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October 28th Note - 19:14 October28,2009 Note

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19:14 October 28, 2009 Note Explanatory Models for the development of Agriculture Evolutionary/Adaptive o Culture change through more effective and efficient mechanisms for  managing agricultural economies. o Neolithic was an evolutionary time. And this was because of either too  many people or the environment was becoming too harsh to live in. Social/Political o Food production enables people to focus on social relationships and  cooperation or conflict. o Are people moving to agriculture because they feel its easier and they  cannot last on the way they are living now. Archaeological Data and Evidence Botanical remains o Micro ( eg. Pollen and phytoliths) o Macro ( seeds, leaves; dried, waterlogged, mostly bruned) o Identification and quantification Faunal Remains o Animal bones, shell, antler: identification and quantification techniques. Tools and Features
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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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October 28th Note - 19:14 October28,2009 Note

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