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with it in the past. by visiting people who still live there they can see how people lived in the past. also by actually visiting the site and seeing how people might have lived. Watching people in modern day and then going across and envisioning how people might have interacted in the same environment. - ethno-archeology -watching what people do and understand how people make a living in a low- tech way. Study of traditional technologies still practiced today. And archeologists today still practice systematic recordings of technological processes in order to learn more about how ancient people manufactured goods and planted crops prior to the development of machines. This is useful because not everyone knows how to bake breads. record ways of life that are in the process of death. - it all starts with the Holocene: Mesopotamia is the very first place to see adaptations of the Holocene which they brought the food to them the plants and animals. - cow, person, agriculture tool carved on the pottery-also investing some time in depictions on their way of life… -phases of activities to see specific developmental stages: there are no writings or coinages or cities!!!! It is just the Natufian plus a little extra. Get painted potteries and dairy products. And then finally trade in obsidian (volcanic glass)
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