Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice - A Glossary for Archaeology: Early Societies and Cultures.
All except page 14.
The Antiquity of Humanity
The Concept of Evolution
The Three Age system
Ethnography and Archaeology
Napolean's military expedition
Austen Henry Layard
John Lloyd Stephens
Sir John Marshall
Sir Flinders Petrie
Sir Mortimer Wheeler
The Ecological Approach
The Rise of Archaeological Science
The Birth of the New Archaeology
BOX - Processual Archaeology: Key Concepts
Who are the Searchers?
The Postprocessual Debate of the 1980s and 1990s
BOX - Interpretive Archaeologies at Catal Huyuk
The Widening Field: Other Voices
BASIC CATEGORIES OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE
[If in caps, then all concepts, boxes, etc. under that category]
CULTURAL FORMATION PROCESSES
NATURAL FORMATION PROCESSES
Familiarity with boxes though not details.
PRESERVATION OF ORGANIC MATERIALS: EXTREME CONDITIONS
Familiarity with boxes though not details
Collecting and recording of evidence
Processing ana analysis
DISCOVERING ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES AND FEATURES
All to top of right column p. 85, and then begin at bottom (second column) p. 86 ff.
All boxes - Melos, Aerial Reconnaissance and general familiarity with sampling box as discussed in class.
ASSESSING THE LAYOUT OF SITES AND FEATURES
All as far as, but not including, Subsurface Detection
CLIMATE AND CHRONOLOGY
CALENDARS AND HISTORICAL CHRONOLOGIES
ANNUAL CYCLES: VARVES AND TREE-RINGS
WORLD CHRONOLOGY [as a reference for later lectures].
BOX - reconstructing climates....
BOX - climatic cycles: el nino
Ancient coastlines, p. 229 - (not including) Raised Beaches....
STUDYING THE LANDSCAPE
Human Modification of the Living Area
Human Exploitation of the wider Enviornment.
BOX - Site catchment analysis
BOX - Mapping the Ancient Environment: Cahokia and GIS
Introduction on page 269
Interpreting the context....
BOX - Paleoethnobotany (for later reference)
Analysis of Plant residues on Artifacts
Strategies of Plant Use; seasonality....
Meals and cookery
Plant evidence from literate societies
BOX - Investigating the Rise of farming.... (for later reference)
Information from Animal Resources - introduction
BOX - Taphonomy
Methods for Proving Human Exploitation of Animals
Investigating Diet - introduction
Analyzing a macrofaunal....
Strategies of Use: Deducing...
BOX - Quantifying animal bones
The question of animal domestication
BOX - Farming Origins: A case study (for later reference)
BOX - Shell Midden Analysis (for later reference)
Tools and Art: Evidence for the Secondary...
Art and Literature
Remains of Individual Meals
Human teeth as evidence for diet
Isotopic Methods: Diet over a lifetime
Survival of the Evidence
Are they Artifacts at All?
Interpreting the Evidence: the Use of Ethnographic Analogy
UNALTERED MATERIALS: STONE
Theory and Method
INVESTIGATING HOW HUMAN SYMBOLIZING FACULTIES EVOLVED.
WORKING WITH SYMBOLS
FROM WRITTEN SOURCES TO COGNITIVE MAP
ESTABLISHING PLACE: THE LOCATION OF MEMORY
MEASURING THE WORLD
PLANNING: MAPS FOR THE FUTURE
SYMBOLS OF ORGANIZATION AND POWER
SYMBOLS FOR THE OTHER WORLD: THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF RELIGION (for later reference)
DEPICTION: ART AND REPRESENTATION (for later reference)
Familiarity with all boxes
p. 421 to mid page 452
BOX - Studying the Origins of NW Populations (for later reference)