Test 2 ANTH 101
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Anthropology Test 2 The 5 Traditions of Upper Paleolithic Chatelperronian Ausignacian Solutrean Magdelenian and Gravettrian Achievements of the Mesolithic time period greater transport projectie points w special tips great equipment settlements but not premanent hooks nets sinkers secondary tool use the dog is domesticated Ausignacian 3540 thousand years ago more widespread Europe Aws puncture Esthetic art Aztecs Civilizations 1325 ad city states division defeated by cortez Champas floating islands Berengia quotBarring Straightquot 200 miles wide 15000 years ago New age hunters Bound Morpheme A unit that needs to be added to something ing ed y etc Characteristics Domestication of the plant Chatelperronian 3540 thousand years ago NW France mixture of upper paleolithic lasted 34000 years Civilization in the New World 1st in 1500 be Omac first civilization Southern part of Mexico ie maize extensive trade sculptures as big as 18 tons 10 Consequences of Agriculture essed the cost of raising children popuation increase premanant settlements surpus material wealth accumulation class systems technological advances trading enhances onger work week disease starting rise of the state 11Displacement Humans have displacement in the past and the future Animals only have displacement in the present 12 Domesticate SW Asia was the first to domesticate 13 Focal vocabulary Various way to say the same thing ex Money bucks dollar coins Gaup dinero dough 14 Gravettrian 28000 years ago Central Europe Russia blunted backs on the knives Objects of adornments Varies figurines 15 Incas 2500 mile long empire suspension buildiing domesticated the llama and alpaca known for metals city state 1532 conquered by the barzo brothers 16 Lexicon Total number of words 17 Lower Paleolithic tools Oldoman and Achelian Africa 25 million years ago homo hablis homo erectus small groups Nomadic 18 Magdelenian 10000 17500 years ago richest of them all skillful Europe harpoon atladi spear thrower bow and arrow 19 Material Culture This is quottangiblequot culture 20 Mayan Civilizations 300900 ad known for calendar and stars slash and burn technique bal court city states 21 Mesolithic 10000 years ago River streams Lakes Europe 22 Middle Paleolithic 200000 years ago tools Mousterian composite Neanderthal man 23 Monolexems Shorten words we often use 24 Morpheme Smallest unit of language to convey meaning 25 Neolithic quot New Stone Agequot 15000 years ago Civilization was introduced in America 26 Ohio Mississippi Valley Adena 600 bc hopewell 600 ad mississippian Culture mound builders 1200 ad 27 Paleolithic quotOld Stone Agequot Huntergather scavenger 28 Phonemes quot Atoms of Language smallest unit of language that distinguish meaning 29 Solutrean 22000 years ago Spain France stone daggers barbed points stone needles 30Syntax Meaningful word order 31 Upper Paleolithic 40000 years ago homo sapiens blade tools adornments 32 Upper Paleolithic 40000 years ago Drawings over drawings Deepest and darkest parts on caves 33What is Culture Culture is all learned patterns knowledge food customs values beliefsetc 34Who are the people who rejected agriculture people who live on the pacific coast
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