UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Faculty ofArts and Sciences
ANT 100Y1Y 2004-05
Make-up Test for Mid-term #1
Duration: 2 hours
NO EXAMINATION AIDS ARE ALLOWED
There are a total of 50 questions to this test. There is only one (1) correct answer
ANT 100 Tutorial Archaeology Lab Stone Tools
For this lab activity, students will identify and discuss two sets of stone tools. Tutorials will be
divided into six groups. Each group will spend 12 minutes identifying either Kit 1 or Kit 2, and will
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
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| NT 100Y1Y 2005-06 Introduction to Anthropology
I Mid-term Test #2
Duration: 2 hours
NO EXAMINATION AIDS ARE ALLOWED, INCLUDING
l. Biological Anthropology Section
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ANT100Y1Y Outline for EVOL ANTH Lecture #3
How primates differ from other
Basic taxonomic characters of living
Primate ecology and sociality.
Main conservation issues for primates.
Primatologists at UT
Michael Schillaci (U
ANT100Y1Y Outline for EVO ANTH Lecture #4
Basic morphological features of fossil primates.
General patterns of morphology and phylogenetics for fossil primates.
What a hominin is in terms of taxonomy
Morphological trends in hominin evoluti
ANT100Y1Y Outline for ARCHAEOLOGY Lecture #6
TOPIC 6: FROM FOOD PRODUCTION TO EARLY
Setting the Stage for Agricultural Origins
- At the end of the Pleistocene (Ice Age) and beginning of Holocene, environments were
unstable and changing rapidly.
ANT100Y1Y Outline for ARCHAEOLOGY Lecture #5
TOPIC 5: ORIGIN AND SPREAD OF MODERN HUMANS
Anatomically modern Homo sapiens originated in a single population in east or south
Africa, around 160-200 KYA
- leave Africa by 90 KYA, spread around the world
ANT100Y1Y Outline for ARCHAEOLOGY Lecture #4
TOPIC 4: THE EARLIEST TRACES OF HUMAN
Lower Palaeolithic (3.3) 2.6 MYA 200 KYA
Middle Palaeolithic 200 40 KYA
Upper Palaeolithic 50 10 KYA
STONE TOOLS: THE EARLIEST INDICATIONS OF MATERIAL CULTURE
ANT100Y1Y Outline for ARCHAEOLOGY Lecture #1
TOPIC 1. WHAT IS ARCHAEOLOGY?
Archaeology is the study of material remains (physical objects) and their spatial relationships to
interpret past human behaviour
RELATIONSHIP OF ARCHAEOLOGY WITH OTHER DISCIPLINES
ANT 100 | LECTURE 7 | DATING & ANALYSIS/INTERPRETATION [NOV 5]
Looks at large scale reversals of north-south polarity
Used on occasionally to confirm other dating methods
A radiometric dating method, based on radioactive
ANT 100 | LECTURE 6 | ARCHEAROLOGY [OCT 29]
The study of material remains (physical objects) and their spatial
Reconstruct and interpret what the findings mean
4 Sub disciplines:
o Linguistic (Lan
ANT100 LECTURE ORIGIN AND SPREAD OF MODERN HUMANS [NOV 26]
Anatomically modern Homo sapiens originated in a single population in east or
Not immediately associated with the full range of modern behaviour
They are still associated with middle
ANT100 | LECTURE 4 | PRIMATE AND HUMAN EVO [OCT 15]
Time Frame and Climate
Reaching far back in the past, we can see the global temp was a hot, humid
placecovered in forests.
Geography and climate
Very different from presen
Lecture 3: Primate Behaviour and Ecology
How primates differ from other mammals
Basic taxonomy characters of living primates
Primate ecology and sociality
Main conservation issues for primates
- Differ from most
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