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32402fFinalGuide - Introduction to Archaeology - Anthro 324...

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Introduction to Archaeology - Anthro 324 Final exam study guide The final exam will emphasize material covered after the midterm: from the middle of chapter 5 in Thomas on, and the notes for class 10 and on. Answers to some questions will probably involve ideas discussed earlier in the class, since you may need to consider stratigraphy, dating, settlement patterns, levels of theory, etc. in the course of addressing other issues. You should be able to explain and use the terms and concepts listed below. That means that you can answer questions about them, and that you can include them when relevant in answering other questions. Some questions may involve examples, especially ones that are covered extensively in Thomas or in class. For most terms, you should consider what it is, purposes of studying or using it, kinds of information it can provide, methods used, etc. Know a little about the uses and methods of site mapping Be able to draw basic conclusions from a site map Theodolite and stadia rod, total station, GPS Know a little about the uses and methods of surface collections
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