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3 Introduction Humans are curious about their origins. Who are we and why are we here? In this text, those questions will be asked, or more specifically, students will discover the importance of those questions to the societies studied in the scope of the course: prehistory through the Middle Ages.
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SECTION 1: Prehistory • Without writing , the scientists must base their findings on artifacts or other ancient objects • They are like detectives • People who study artifacts to uncover different things like fossils and tools are known as archaeologists • These people made important ...
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-1-Anthropology 1030-90 Online Fall 2006 World Prehistory: An Introduction Instructor: Joan Brenner Col train, Ph. D. Research Associate Professor Department of Anthropology Office: 118 Stewart Bldg. Office Phone: 801-581-8366 e-mail: col train@anthro. utah. edu Web Ct Home Page: http: //webct ...
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The Prehistory of the Mind - 1 of 27 The Prehistory of the Mind The Cognitive Origins of Art, Religion and Science By Steven Mithen Reviewed by Andy Gorman Why ask an archaeologist about the human mind?
Chapter 1 -Toward Civilization. (Prehistory - 3000 BC). (1) Understanding Our Past. (2) The Dawn Of History. (3) Beginnings of Civilization. Stone.
PART l Introduction to Archeology, Prehistory, and Historic Sites My sense is that the future is this wonderfully unfolding pageant, informed completely by our own awareness of the past.You can't possibly know where you're going if you don't know where you've been.