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Week 1-5 lecture notes

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lecture notes for ARCA1000 Early Humans: Hunters and Farmers, Weeks 1-5

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Lower Paleolithic Human evolution Hominini Apes Transitional fossils Olduvai Gorge Homo erectus Australopithecus Oldowan Homo ergaster Paranthropus Homo habilis
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Lower Paleolithic Human evolution Hominini Apes Transitional fossils Olduvai Gorge Homo erectus Australopithecus Oldowan Homo ergaster Paranthropus Homo habilis
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• Links to other disciplines – inter-related • Simplistic view – reflects the ‘past tense’ of Cultural Anthropology • Latin Origin – Archaios = old, past, origins. Logos = study • Human origins – includes Homo sapiens and our ancestors • Focused on the study of material remains, fossils in some contexts, dinosaurs too old • Primate evolution, how do they relate to each other Early hominids Archaeology studies all material related to the past: • Artefacts • Buildings • Refuse • Human remains • Environmental remains • Landscapes • Chemical traces and residues • Historical documents Value in elucidating the past http://sydney.edu.au/arts/archaeology/ department of archaeology Locations focused on: Asia, South-East Asia, and Mediterranean, Australia ...
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