Archaeology Chapter 3 Out of Africa: Homo erectus STUDENT
1. The neighboring sites of Torralba and Ambrona
a. are located in France.
b. may represent organized elephant hunting by Homo erectus.
c. contained Solutrean tools.
d. are in the Italian Alps.
Archaeology Chapter 1 - Principals of Archaeology STUDENT 1. Archaeology a. is the study of the human past. b. combines the themes of time and change. c. involves artifacts, ecofacts, and features. d. all of the above e. none of the above 2. Artifact
Archaeology Chapter 4 The Hunters STUDENT 1. The Levallois technique is a. the early French style of cave painting. b. a tool tradition associated with Homo habilis. c. a method of producing flakes from prepared cores. d. a method of getting bone mar
Archaeology Chapter 2 The First Humans STUDENT 1. The oldest known stone artifacts are a. 3 to 5 million years old. b. 2 to 2.9 million years old. c. less than 1.5 million years old. d. from southern Chile. e. none of the above 2. The Potassium/Argon
Archaeology Chapter 5 Postglacial Foragers STUDENT 1. Faunal remains found at Mesolithic sites a. will usually be dominated by reindeer or horse. b. are likely to include domesticated wheat. c. will have Levallois points in them. d. are likely to inv