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by: Khadir Albert

tester Chem 2301, (002) Shokri

Khadir Albert
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Khadir Albert on Friday August 19, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Chem 2301, (002) Shokri at University of Minnesota taught by Alireza Shokri in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see Organic Chemistry in Organic Chemistry at University of Minnesota.

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Date Created: 08/19/16
Albert 1 Khadir Albert Dropbox #4 1) Egyptology would be a useful specialty for digging in the Valley of the Kings. The Pyramids of Giza and the Nile were areas where the Old Kingdom of Egypt had buried their pharaohs. However, the pharaohs of the New Kingdom built their tombs west of Luxor in an empty, isolated tract called the Valley of the Kings. It’s also called the Valley of the Tombs of the Kings. Tombs were built in this valley for nearly 500 years. From the th th 16 to 11 century B.C. Ceramic studies would definitely come in handy when digging at the Terracotta Army site. The Terracotta army was built over 2000 years ago. And its purpose is thought to be to watch over China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, in the afterlife. Although its 2000 years old, archaeologists are still learning new things from the army. It is now thought that because each soldier is not alike in his facial features, the statues were modelled after real life soldiers from over 2000 years ago. That’s crazy to think about. Lithic studies would be optimal for someone digging at the Stonehenge site. Stonehenge is believed, by archaeologists, to have been constructed anywhere between 3000 BC to 2000 BC. It is also believed to have been an ancient burial ground. This is due to the fact that several hundred burial mounds were found. There were even deposits containing human bone dating from as early as 3000 BC. Albert 2 2) Yes, I do see their ethics on the front page. For the Archaeological Institute of America it takes the form of “Excavate Educate Advocate”. For the Canadian Archaeological Association I see the ethics in the form of recent publications, scholarship opportunities, statements from the President, and news of discoveries. For the Register of Professional Archaeologists it takes the form of a statement of their goals as an organization as well as their code of conduct on the front page. For Society for American Archaeology it takes the form of opportunities provided as well as publications provided and offering scholarships as well as reaching out to younger students. For Society for Historical Archaeology it takes the form of member profiles on the front page as well as providing co-publication opportunities and providing publication links on their front page. For World Archaeology Congress it takes the form of stating that it has a “special interest in protecting the cultural heritage of Indigenous peoples, minorities and economically disadvantaged countries”.


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