ANT 111 (10:25)

ANT 111 (10:25) - ANT111(10/25 18:17 Warmachines...

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ANT 111 (10/25) 18:17 War machines The fraternal security complex and the origin of the state The last 50,000 years Jebel Sahaba Two cemetaries on either side of the nile,  Circumscribed Abundance The social cage When conflicts get disruptive, foraging bands tend to break up into smaller units, which  separates people and prevents prolonged hostilities.  In circumscribed enviroments, however, feuding groups cannot easily move apart  because they are hemmed in by deserts, mountains, and coastlines.  Such enviorments keep people socially “caged”, allowing or forcing an escalation of  conflic The graves at Jebel Sahaba Architectural evidence Fortifications at tell es-sultan A Neolithic town of some 2000 inhabitants Almost 10,000 years old (about 5000 years older than te great pyramid at giza) Worlds oldest surviving walls, 10 feet thick A central tower, 30 feet ………………
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2012 for the course ANT 111 taught by Professor R during the Spring '08 term at Syracuse.

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