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Archaeology of power and identity: the political use of the discipline

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SCS Diablog: Forever in Bloom: Kehinde Wiley’s Archaeology of Silence

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SCS Diablog: Forever in Bloom: Kehinde Wiley’s Archaeology of Silence Richard Armstrong Wed, 05/08/2024 - 10:29

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Application of Archaeological Anthropology and Cultural Resources Management

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Application of Archaeology Archaeology is the study of human past through material remains. Archaeology, then, is both a physical activity out in the field, and an intellectual pursuit in the study or laboratory. Here the methods of archaeology and ethnography overlap. How were those pots used?

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Woodworking Techniques: Insights from Schöningen Archaeological Finds

Anthropology.net

In 1994, the Schöningen open-cast coal mine yielded an astonishing archaeological treasure: remarkably well-preserved hunting weapons dating back 300,000 years. Spearheads and throwing sticks, discovered alongside animal bones, offered a glimpse into the sophisticated craftsmanship of early humans.

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The Virtual Mystery Webtool: Open access online Hybridized Problem-based Learning

Teaching Anthropology

The VMP content spans the subfields of biological anthropology (evolutionary, primatology), and archaeology. In the introductory course in biological anthropology and archaeology, “92% of students agreed that the Virtual Mystery web-tool helped them understand what a professional anthropologist does; 88.3% Smithsonian Institute).

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How to Locate Archaeological Sites?

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The quest to locate archaeological sites is a fascinating journey through history and technology. It combines the detective work of piecing together historical clues with cutting-edge scientific methods to uncover the secrets of the past.

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A Remarkable Discovery of a 450,000-Year-Old Tooth in Iran

Anthropology.net

Introduction: A Landmark Discovery in Qaleh Kurd Cave In a momentous archaeological breakthrough, French and Iranian researchers have unearthed compelling evidence of early human habitation in Iran's Central Plateau, pushing back the known timeline of human settlement in the region by an astonishing 300,000 years.