Lessons for Archaeology

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  • Trade in the Ancient Mediterranean - … , 77-78. Other Materials: Uluburun Excavation Slides. Institute of Nautical Archaeology (INA). College Station, Texas. ments in an efficient manner while … of how archaeology provides evidence for historical interpretation. Using slides (which can be purchased from the Institute of Nautical Archaeology) the teacher can show some of the objects that were found and the archaeological techniques that were …
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  • Creating your own rock art - … Arts Education and Social Studies Provided by Research Laboratories of Archaeology (Ashcraft, A. Scott, and David G. Moore. 1998. "Native American … ." Paper distributed at the Fall Meeting of the North Carolina Archaeological Society, Cherokee, North Carolina. [images taken from this paper, courtesy … letter that expresses concern about robbing archaeological sites. Related topics Learn more about North Carolina, archaeology, drawing, hands-on, rock art, social …
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  • Inference by Analogy - … European settlers' accounts and illustrations; describe prehistoric lifeways based on archaeological and ethnohistoric information; explain why archaeologists use ethnohistoric analogy. Materials … . How might you check the validity of your interpretations? Additional archaeological information might strengthen conclusions based on ethnohistoric information. For example … . Closure Give reasons why ethnohistoric information is useful in interpreting archaeological sites. Evaluation Students turn in their activity sheets for evaluation …
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  • Exploration of Prehistoric Peoples of Illinois - … Illinois. 2. Understand what archaeology has uncovered about prehistoric peoples in Illinois and the role of archaeology in interpreting the past. 3 … , colored pencils, notebook paper, pencils, scissors, glue Archaeology, archaeologist, artifact, artifact analysis Define archaeology and discuss the role of archaeologists in studying … (earth) and lower world (fertility), also believed in afterlife 7. Archaeological sites Cahokia, Larson site, Dickson Mounds, Millstone Bluff Group Reporting …
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  • Inference Makes the Difference - … 1 lb. (approx.) modeling clay infer/inference observe/observation paleontology archaeology anthropology artifacts Anasazi kiva cliff dwelling copperlite Day 1 Gather … are called? (archaeologists) Write the words archaeologist and archaeology on the board. Say, "Archaeology comes from two Greek words: ARCHAIOS means ancient … Kingsland Archaeological Center, approximately 50 miles from Austin, Texas. This center offers students a rare opportunity to inspect a working archaeological dig …
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  • We, the First People - … technology Archaeology Magazine ((http://www.archaeology.org/) provides current archaeology news, stories, and theories from the official publication of the Archaeological Institute of America. Archaeology's Dig (http://dig.archaeology
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  • 2.12 Inference by analogy - … European settlers' accounts and illustrations; describe prehistoric lifeways based on archaeological and ethnohistoric information; explain why archaeologists use ethnohistoric analogy. Materials … ? How might you check the validity of your interpretations? Additional archaeological information might strengthen conclusions based on ethnohistoric information. For example … . Closure Give reasons why ethnohistoric information is useful in interpreting archaeological sites. Evaluation Students turn in their activity sheets for evaluation …
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  • 2.3 Stratigraphy and cross-dating - … Research Laboratories of Archaeology Objectives In their study of stratigraphy, students will use an activity sheet to: interpret archaeological strata using the … of stratum); in archaeology, this term usually refers to layers of earth. Stratigraphy: the layering of deposits in an archaeological site. Cultural … rarity, archaeologists regard stratified sites as particularly important. When an archaeological site is vandalized or artifacts are removed, knowledge about past …
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  • Archaeological soils - … of this book covers fundamental concepts, processes, and issues of archaeology, and describes the peoples and cultures of the Paleoindian, Archaic … and erosion unit: Section 1. Related topics Learn more about archaeology, clay, environmental science, labs, sand, science, silt, and soil. Help … Facebook StumbleUpon TWEET Pin It Objectives In this lesson about archaeological soils, students will: determine components of a soil sample; evaluate …
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  • It's in the garbage - … Research Laboratories of Archaeology (Ward, H. Trawick, and R. P. Stephen Davis, Jr. 1999. Time Before History: The Archaeology of North Carolina … of this book covers fundamental concepts, processes, and issues of archaeology, and describes the peoples and cultures of the Paleoindian, Archaic … Delicious Digg Facebook StumbleUpon TWEET Pin It Objectives In studying archaeological concepts, students will analyze garbage from different places to: demonstrate …
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