Introduction to Anthropology
Introduction to Anthropology ANTH 111
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Date Created: 11/01/15
ANTHROPOLOGY EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE Here is a list oftopics to study for the second exam Again keep in mind that this is not an exhaustive list and does not constitute everything that will be on the exam It is a point from which to begin There will be questions from the lms viewed in class Privy to the Past Historical Archaeology in West Oakland and Quest for the Phoenicians From the textbook A Brief History of Archaeology Classical Times to the TwentyFirst Centum by Brian Fagan focus primarily on the chapter summaries It is important to read the chapters in their entirety to get a basic understanding of the concepts but the exam questions are taken from the summaries Don t pay particular attention to all the archaeologists names with the exception of Heinrich Schliemann chapter 6 Oscar Montelius and culture history chapter 7 Vere Gordon Childe chapter 9 and Julian Steward chapter 10 Some of the terms to know artifact archaeological site feature Mousterian stone tools and who made them historic and prehistoric archaeology Know the cultural timeline of the Old World Lower Paleolithic Middle Paleolithic Upper Paleolithic Mesolithic Neolithic Bronze Age Iron Age Know the rst domesticated animal hint dog Know the consequences both negative and positive of plant and animal domestication Know the term Neolithic Revolution Be able to differentiate between logophonetic logographic and alphabetic writing systems If you have any questions don t hesitate to ask My email addresses are TravisKitchndsuedu for my NDSU students and TravisKitchminnesotaedu for my MSCTC students Good luck Travis
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