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Early Human - Palaeolithic Revolution Onwards Course Notes

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These are introductory notes for students studying Archaeology and they deal with the fundamental periods essential for subjects in archaeology, sociology, anthropology and era's of ancient history.

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Paleolithic Pleistocene Lower Paleolithic World history Human evolution Apes Prehistoric China Prehistoric Indonesia Homo erectus Homo ergaster Olduvai Gorge Homo
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Paleolithic Pleistocene Lower Paleolithic World history Human evolution Apes Prehistoric China Prehistoric Indonesia Homo erectus Homo ergaster Olduvai Gorge Homo
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They go beyond and look at materials, while working in conjunction with historians. Practicing archeology – 1. Where possible employ non-invasive data collection 2. Where excavation cannot be avoided there is a moral obligation to dig carefully and record thoroughly, because it is the only chance we have to obtain that information. 3. A portion of the deposit is often left intact, for future investigations when archaeological methods may be better than those available to us now. Reconstructions can be sound when they involve: • Accurate observation of preserved materials. • Basing all interpretations on recovered material, grounded in empirical evidence. • Crosschecking multiple strands of evidence to evaluate the likelihood of the interpretations. ...
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