Archaeology Study Guide for Exams - Exams 5/11/11 5:45 PM...

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5/11/11 5:45 PM Exams Page 1 of 3 http://www.classics.unc.edu/courses/clar241/Exams.html CLAR 241: The Archaeology of the Ancient Near East © 2010 G. Kenneth Sams and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Study Guides for Exams Exam I Geography, etc.; Neolithic Period through Anatolian Early Bronze Age Know and understand the principal geographical divisions and features of the Ancient Near East, including Anatolia. Know and understand what is meant by the term "Neolithic Revolution" and its implications for human progress. What kinds of materials supply us with our material record for this period, and what do these materials tell us about life and society? Know and understand the principal chronological periods (with dates) of Mesopotamia and adjacent areas for the time-frame being examined. What are the architectural and artistic features that distinguish each of these periods? What are the patterns or trends in development that we can see in moving from one period to the next, for example, in
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2011 for the course CLAR 241 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

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Archaeology Study Guide for Exams - Exams 5/11/11 5:45 PM...

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