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ANTH 1030 – Occupying Europe and Eurasia

by: Jazmine Beckstrand

ANTH 1030 – Occupying Europe and Eurasia ANTH 1030-001

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These notes cover all of the class lectures and assigned reading materials for the sixth week of class.
World Prehistory: Introduction
Brian Codding
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ANTH 1030 – Occupying Europe and Eurasia Definitions Key Concepts Locations * = on exam Blade technology: a stone tool technology involving the use of preshaped cores and long. Parallel-sided blades produced with the aid of a punch.  Characteristic of many Upper Paleolithic peoples.  The logical result of millennia of gradual adjustment to more mobile life ways, in which prudent curation of tool making stone was essential. The First Modern Europeans (pg. 124-125)  First "assimilation" model - most scholars believe that AMH dispersed out of Africa, perhaps to the east and then northward into Eurasia, replacing indigenous Neanderthal groups.  Under this argument, the Neanderthals made no significant cultural or genetic contribution to later European populations.  Second "assimilation" model - argues for significant genetic exchange and substantial cultural influence between Neanderthals and anatomically modern humans (AMH).  Controversy continues to unfold, with the current weight of the evidence favoring the first assimilation model. Burin: a chisel-like stone tool made on a blade used for grooving stone, antler, bone, and wood, as well as for making rock engravings. "Cro-Magnon" peoples  Southwest France Microblades: small blades.  Designed to be mounted in antler, bone, or wooden handles to serve as spear barbs, arrow points, or small knife or scrapper blades.  First appeared in northern China about 30,000 B.P. Sinodonty: a distinctive cluster of tooth features associated with Siberian and Native American populations. Note: most experts agree that northeastern Siberia was the stepping-off point for the first settlement of the Americas.


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