During Pre-Pottery Neolithic B, there was a shift from round houses to rectangular
ones, and the sizes of settlements increased significantly. Since they were
rectangular houses could be more densely packed.
In the Early Neolithic levels of Abu
Widespread introduction of pottery into the American Southwest occurred around
1,800 years ago at the beginning of the Formative period.
Number of houses ranged from 1 or 2 to as many as 25 to 35.
Shell middens: Sites built up with large
Rice: A major cereal crop domesticated in southern China in the Yangtze and Huai River
Millet: A cerealcrop domesticated in northern China in the region around the Yellow
- The wild ancestor of rice is Oryza Sativa, differen
- In most of North Africa, domesticated animals came before domesticated plants.
Pastoral societies: Mobile societies with an economy based on herds of domesticated
- Fred Wendorf argued that cattle had been domesticated 10,0
Evidence of banana cultivation beginning around 6,500 years ago, and phytoliths
have been found throughout Kuk Swamp.
Due to the environment change around 6,500 years ago to grasslands from
swamplands the banana trees after must have been plan
8,000 years ago, a small village settles in the lloma fog meadows on the Peruvian
Paloma: A preagricultural village site on the coast of Peru.
- Houses were built of reeds and grasses over a structure of wooden poles. Village size
- No evidence of domestication during Kebaran or Geometric Kebaran, people at
Ohalo lived near the lake with lots of resources.
o Recovered were wild grasses, such as wild barley and wild wheat, fruits, nuts,
and water plants.
- The oldest known monumental architecture ever discovered was built 12,000 years ago,
during the early Neolithic.
Fertile Crescent: A ribbon of Mediterranean climate that arcs across the Middle East. It is
characterized by dry summers a
Lepenski Vor: An impressive Mesolithic site along the Danube River in Serbia where
structures, burials, and sculptures were found.
Linear Band Keramik(LBK): The culture of the earliest farming communities that emerged
around 7,200 years ago in Cen
Abu Hureyra has multiple levels of occupation spanning from Natufian through the
o At the earliest levels, houses at Abu Hureyra were sunken pits rather than
o People at the time in Abu Hureyra exploited a wide range of p
Intrasite: Having to do with comparisons of contexts within a single site-for example, an analysis
comparing the sizes and contents of different houses to try to determine the social structure of a
Intersite: having to do with comparisons
Vertical Excavation: An excavation for which the goal is to excavate a significant depth of deposits in
order to expose the record of a sequence of occupations.
Law of superposition: In any undisturbed depositional sequence, each layer of sediments
Neanderthals and modern humans each evolved separately from populations of Homo erectus,
possibly through local intermediate species. According to this scenario, the evolution of
Neanderthals and modern humans took place in parallel, but in
Sangiran and Perning: Sites on the island of Java where fossils of Homo erectus dating to 1.8 million
years ago were found.
Nihewan Basin: A location in northern China where there is solid evidence of human occupation around
1.6 million years ago.
Survey: An archaeological survey that maps the physical remains of human activity.
Scales of surveys can range from an entire region to the surface of a single site.
Purpose of surveys is to discover sites, and understand the distribution of sites
Kebara Cave: A site in Israel where excavations have produced important evidence about the nature of
Neanderthal occupation of caves, as well as one of the most complete skeletons of a Neanderthal.
Amud Cave: The location where a Neanderth
Radiation: A period in which there is a rapid increase in the diversity of a single lineage. During the
period between 4 million and 2 million years ago, there was a radiation in the hominin lineage.
Australopithecine: A hominin genus that lived in
Ecofacts: Objects recovered from an archaeological context that are either the remains of biological
organisms or the results of geological processes.
Faunal analysis is the study of animal bones recovered on archaeological sites.
Paleoethnobotany is th
Evolutionary Archaeology: A range of approaches that stress the importance of evolutionary theory as a
unifying theory for archaeology.
Species: A group of intimately related and physically similar organisms that can produce fertile offsprin
Acheulian: Lower Paleolithic stone tool industry dated in Africa between 1.7 million and 200,000 years
ago, characterized by bifacial tools including hand axes and cleavers.
Bifaces: characteristics tools of the Acheulian. Bifaces include hand axes
HSP3M Grade 11
Section 8.1Influences of Others on Self
Psychology and Socialization
socialization begins as soon as a newborn baby bonds with his/her
parents, and this continues throughout life
according to social
Evolution B3302 Exam 2 March 20 2013 Name
1. Here are data from Anthony Sinclair.
a. What is HbS? (4)
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Learning Goals for Chapter 9 Oct 9 & 12 (Lectures 18 & 19)
List three uses for normal, healthy cell division.
Describe the purpose and major phases of the cell cycle.
Describe how the cell cycle alternates between preparation and cell division.
Nutrient Assessment Assignment
Due: November 13th no later than 4pm
There are 3 parts to this assignment. You will need to complete each of them to receive full credit.
Part 1: Keep a 5 day food record 3 weekdays & 2 weekend days (hand written or typed) N
The Ethnographic Encounter: An Introduction to Social Anthropology
Final exam review
Detail about oracles (esp EP)
Hellhouse: fundamentalist christian haunted house staged by Christian school, outside
Dallas, Cedar Hill, comparison between magical thinking of Azande versus
ANTH 1160 (Fall 2009):
Dr. Marc Zender
Putnam Lab (PM 59-D)
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ANTH 1160 (Fall 2009):
Dr. Marc Zender
Putnam Lab (PM 59-D)
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indicates whether an action