Exam 3 Study Guide
Exam 3 Study Guide Anthropology 120
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Prehistoric Archaeology (Anth 120/127): Exam 3 Study Guide About the Exam: It will include up to 20 multiple choice questions worth 2 points each; 10 fill intheblank questions worth 23 points each; and up to 15 shortanswer questions worth 24 points each. Key sites and their roles in archaeological interpretations (think early village, urban center, etc; do not worry about exact dates of occupation): Jericho Catal Hoyuk Jarmo Uruk Ur Wadi Kubanniya Nekhen JenneJeno Great Zimbabwe Tianluoshan Longshan Anyang Jomon sites Kuk Lapita sites Nindowari Mohenjodaro Noen Uloke Angkor Thom Icehouse Bottom (Early Archaic & Hopewell occupations) Poverty Point Cahokia The primary agricultural crops and/or domesticated animals for each region: Southwest Asia Egypt/Nile Valley Saharan Africa Subsaharan Africa South Asia Southeast Asia Northern China Southern China Pacific Islands Eastern North America Be able to describe the primary characteristics of: pastoralism swidden horticulture colonization of the Pacific Islands Be able to discuss and compare the following characteristics for mobile foragers, sedentary/complex foragers, pastoralists, swidden horticulturalists, and farmers: Mobility Demography (how many people per unit of land) Technology Costs, in terms of land and energy Level of Risk Strategies to reduce risk Be able to describe the precursors to writing in the following regions: SW Asia Egypt Harappan State China Be able to tie the following factors/hypotheses for development of statelevel (or hierarchical) societies to the following states/chiefdoms: Factors/Hypotheses: Hydraulic (Irrigation) Hypothesis Trade & Technology Hypothesis Warfare/“Coercive Theory” Hypothesis States/Chiefdoms: Uruk Sumerians Egyptian Kingdoms JenneJeno Great Zimbabwe Harappan State Angkor Shang Dynasty Mississippian Chiefdoms
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