Archaeology Final

Archaeology Final - 1 Australia the land down under was first inhabited 40,000BP 2 Greater Australia was a single landmass during the Pleistocene

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40,000BP 2. Greater Australia was a single landmass during the Pleistocene called… Sahul Land 3. The Wallacea trench is important to the settlement of Australia because… The people had to cross 65 mi of water, coastally adapted, island hop atleast 8 times 4. Lake Mungo Man yields evidence of… Oldest ritual burial 5. The second Mungo burial discussed in class yielded evidence of? Oldest cremation 6. The paleoindian period is roughly? 12,000-8,500 BP 7. The paleoindians in North America occurs during the Terminal Pleistocene geologic period. 8. The term Beringia is used to describe…? Something about ice masses…(Bering Land bridge) 9. The best dated in situ Clovis site in North America is…? Aubrey (11,550BP) Monte Verde 11. Folsom points are distinctive in that they have…? 12. The difference between paleoindians and archaic-indians in terms of subsistence can be characterized as a change to…? Hunting less important (Hunters-Foragers-Gatherers Foragers-Gatherers-Hunters) 13. The Old world compares favorably with Clovis culture in tha they were big game hunter, manufactured big well made bifaces and blades, used the over-passed flaking technique, and were cold adapted. Solutrean Culture
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This note was uploaded on 08/18/2011 for the course ARCH 2700 taught by Professor Johnnybyers during the Fall '10 term at North Texas.

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Archaeology Final - 1 Australia the land down under was first inhabited 40,000BP 2 Greater Australia was a single landmass during the Pleistocene

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