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Parent Category: Anthropology
For questions on the theory, method, and practice of studying past cultures and peoples.
It is hard to pin down an exact invention date, but the word and the idea were being used as far back as the 1440s, according to Wikipedia. Answer In harder times, people built one small building, separated by a short wall, where both people and their animals lived. This enabled them both to keep…
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Some jobs in the field of veterinary medicine are: Veterinarian ,Zoologist, Vet Tech, Anesthesiologist (on animals), Surgeon, Marine Biologist, and all of the different parts involved with researching better methods of all the parts of veterinary medicine.
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There is a bit of a controversy over which city is the oldest. Some of the debate centers around the criteria used in judging which is the oldest, such as whether or not it has been continuously inhabited over the centuries. The five cities that claim to be the oldest are Damascus, Jericho, Balkh, A…
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Radiocarbon Dating All organic matter contains carbon, which is an element. But there are different types of carbon, called isotopes. The most common isotope is carbon-12 (or 12C), which (according the article) makes up 98.89 percent of the naturally occurring carbon. There's carbon-13, or 13C, w…
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The studying of pretty much all sciences, aside from physical science and physics of course, you'd be looking at about 4 to 8 years of college studying biology, life science, and chemistry. As well as History in which ever field your wanting to go into. Most Archaeologist go on and get their PhD, s…
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First, you need a bachelor's degree in archaeology or anthropology from any accredited college or university, which should include a thesis on a topic of your choice. An undergraduate degree would take somewhere between 3 and 4 years to complete in most cases, and it is possible to become a work…
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They research and use special technology to find new things
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You don't need to go to college to KNOW how to weld. But it helps get a job easier with a college degree for it!! No, You do not need to go to college you may just need to read a few books or get tips from an expert!!! no you don't but a trade school is a great way to get foot in door they will…
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If you have your MA you can get around 40 to 60,000/year depending on where you're working. If you have a Ph D. you can get around 90,000 /year.
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Universiti Sains Malaysia offers postgraduate degrees in archaeology through the Centre for Global Archaeology Research. For undergraduate study, it is possible to take a minor in archaeology.
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An archaeologist studies past human societies through the items made by those people, the environment they lived in, the things they built, and the foods they ate. Archaeology is the study of societies that have come and gone. An archaeologist may be involved at any stage of this process from the f…
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Thor Heyerdahl Thor Heyerdahl was a Norwegian explorer, qualified in geography and zoology. He was also noted for studying the arts and culture He was most famous for two transoceanic travels, and a third cross-sea trip. 1947: Heyerdahl and five others traveled on a raft named Kon-tiki from South A…
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An archaeologist studies the past cultures and the items that people have made or artifacts used for modified. She/he also investigates and preserves the limited and fragile clues from previous cultures in order to understand the peopleƕs connection to the past.Studies ancient artifacts to learn ab…
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It ranges in different locations and practices but on average it is approximately $60 000 in Canada give or take.
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All I can say is no where near bernardsville newjersey.
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This depends significantly on the size of the site. At the early stages there may be as few as two, going up to many many more.
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Because we call the species Humanity.
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Answer They used mummification to preserve the deseased body so that the soul was capable of moving on to the afterlife. The hot sand of the desert would dry out the body and the deseased wasn't able to make their way into the afterlife.Egyptians believed that the human soul was connected to thei…
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A: Archaeologists are important most especially because their work strips away the myths and legends about our past and tells us what really happened.
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This is a good guide: http://pb-archaeology.blogspot.com/2008/04/how-did-archaeology-start-as-field-of.html However archaeology as a "profession" began much later after an increased interest in the Victorian times. It is only very recently that more and more rules are being put in place to protect…
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Early history of East Hawthorn Sub divisions.In the 1850s nehemiah gutheridge leased and owned large tracts of land.East Hawthorn from Toorak road North along Auburn Road to Burwood Road and East to Burke Road.Stonyhurst Estate had an address of 375 Auburn Road and the mansion built on the crest of …
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One of his hobbies were flying with his family. he also saw the first moon landing when he was 16.
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Some archaeologists do travel around the world, others may be based more in a particular area. Quite often archaeologists will sudy a particular area of interest and do most of their work in that one area, thought this may still involve a fair amount of travel - For example a German archaeologist, b…
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Depends on the company. My girlfriend is a full-time mechanic in his father's shop. He works 6 days a week from 8 AM until around 7 PM usually, rarely earlier. I hardly get to see him. His brother, on the other hand, works in the lube shop at Wal-Mart 5 days a week for exactly 8 hours a day. It real…
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Various methods of dating are available to date organic remains. Probably the most well known of these is carbon dating.
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Opinion Adam and Eve obviously came first! It says in the Bible that Adam was the first man and Eve was the first woman. God created them making them the first people on earth or better said, the origin of all human kind. Opinion The cave men were most likely those who, in the post Ba…
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There is a good deal of confusion about this subject even in academic circles. Archaeology is the study of remains left by societies that came before the present day. It is a specialization belonging to the field of anthropology. Anthropology is the study of human cultures, whether they be past or c…
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Contact Between Granite and Sandstone This is a nonconformity. the contact is between an igneous and sedimentary rock formation. Granite should be on the bottom and sandstone on top, If this is not the case then some type of over-turning has taken place. The depositional envornment allowed sand t…
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4 Types of History The types of history are physical history, ancient/cultural history religious history military history and political history.
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Earth science is the study of land and the features of the Earth. Related words are geology, chorography, physiography, and cartography.
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Mjolnir was Thor's Hammer, Thor was the God of Thunder and Lightning - thunder was the sound of his chariot and horses, while lightning was the sparks from his hammer. I am not aware of any source saying it is a meteorite. The lightning part could fit, as well as the hammer's power to even "level …
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kinabibilangan ng mga negrito ay tinatayang 25000 o 20000 taon na ang nakalipas. paniniwalang sila ay nagmula sa south Asia at sa kanila mula ang lahing ito
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Amino acid racemization
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Some tools used to inform, influence and motivate external entities include social media outlets, financial reports and an organization's participation in the community. These things all affect how the public sees the business.
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No. Not at any normal temperature. It is solid at room temperature. Actually at extremely high temperatures (3000 degrees Celsius) iron is a gas
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sup bro. peoples from the stone age used weapons like clubs, and sharpened branches, spears, to protects themselves, for food, to kill an animal and get its skin for clothing and the meat for food. and also later on when man discovered fire, the would use stones and rub them together really hard and…
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Flint, chert, and obsidian arrowheads were and are made by flaking and chipping at the stone with other rock, bone, and wood until the desired edge and shape is achieved, in a process called knapping.
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The role of an archeologist is studying history and discovering the unknown.
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Before then, they would pile bodies up until they rotted, basically. They never had a proper "burial", as one would call it, until it became proper in the 1600s.
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Sir Charles Warren discovered a water shaft, now known as Warren's shaft and a number of tunnels underneath the Temple Mount
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No one knows exactly as the first technologies predate modern humans by millions of years and it is impossible to know what our ancient prehuman ancestors were thinking back then.
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it depends on how good you are if you have a PhD then probably 75-100,000 dollars with masters degree probably 40-60,000
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Carbon dating, more accurately radiocarbon dating, is an archeological method of dating organic material by measuring the decay of the carbon-14 isotope remaining in a sample.
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the study of water is hydrology from Jesse 12 years old
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Archaeologists work slowly and carefully in order to recover as much information about an archaeological site as possible, which can then be used to interpret it. More specifically: In order to avoid damaging the artifacts they hope to recover. To make sure as many artifacts as possible are reco…
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Although radiocarbon dating provides a useful tool there are some things that may make an artifact unsuitable for this process. The artifact is made from the wrong type of material. Carbon dating relies on measurement of radioactive decay from carbon 14 isotopes, some materials naturally do not con…
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needles, slides, slide covers, cetrifuge, petri dish, and a microscope.
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Radiocarbon dating, or Carbon 14 dating, relies on processes of radioactive decay. It can be used on any organic matter. Every living thing contains carbon. When something dies its body stops taking in carbon. From this point onwards the carbon in the body will begin to decay. It takes roughly 556…
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The mathematical formula which describes the distances from the sun of the first six planets
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It sounds like you're referring to conjugate acid and conjugate base. See links at left. The result is salt.
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Archaeologists work in any area that has been inhabited by humans. In some cases they may be required to "dig" to reach the artifacts, buildings, etc. In other cases they may be exploring an area that is above ground. Archaeologists also work under water, exploring not only sunken ships, but subme…
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It developed from the antiquarians of the late nineteenth century. It is not something you can give a start date to. Though what resembles the modern idea of Archaeology begins to appear very late nineteenth / early twentieth century.The history of archaeology as a science begins in 18 century and i…
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The volume of water is the same as the mass of water. So if you have 100ml of water you actually have 100g of water.
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Archeological sites provide information of the past history by the artifacts and monuments and inspire people of the past.
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Archaeologists are scientists who study people and cultures. Archaeologists study past human cultures, including the remains of the artifacts, buildings and monuments that people made, the enviornments they lived in and the physical remains of the people themselves. This was made by lama ismail a…
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Carbon dating on his skin indicates that he was anywhere from 17 to 19 when he died, but no one really knows for sure.
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the humans in the old and the new stone age used very dangerous tools to kill the animals to have cloths and food sometimes they even made there own tool and they would live with the same tool their whole life.
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I Dont Know Figure it out yor self lames hahahaha yall all look like dookie balls lolsz
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This would depend on how they dated it and where they found it. Although it was not common, gold coinage was in use at this time so as long as the interpretation was based on good evidence there is no reason not to believe them. If the coin was dated by an inscription saying "46bc" then you have a …
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it is mined
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Historic and Pre-Historic
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They study the past to know how or when we got into the world and also to know animals that lived in the past.They learn about the past because the past affects the modern day and how we think.
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V3= Voltage across the supply V2= voltage across inductive load V1= Voltage across known resistance R= Known resistance Cos (Phi)=(V32-V12-V22)/2v1v2 power = (V32-V12-V22)/2R
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Archaeology is the study of past human populations, their lifestyle and their culture through material remains.
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He discovered where human evolution occurred!
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Paleolithic people learned to adapt to their environment by learning which animals to hunt, what wild plants to eat, what fruits, nuts, wild berries and grains were safe to eat, and the stone tools they used. In addition, they made use of wild animals not only for their meat, but to create clothing …
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No civilization can exist without some form of measurement nor record keeping. It therefore follows that the first to have a written language would be the first to record measurement. The contenders for this are : -- The Chinese (records begin around 1600 BC, but culture much older) -- The Sumer…
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Between 30,000 and 11,000 years ago. The first known human presence is 11,000 years ago but there is evidence to suggest it was earlier. Humans entered North America from modern day Russia over a land bridge that no longer exists.
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A human can get to 140 if they take good care of there boddies.
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You can buy mosaic tiles in craft stores made out of glass or polymer clay. I make my own with polymer clay. The clay comes in several colors. You can roll it out and cut into squares or any shape you need. I also use the marbles that are flat on one side, near florals in department stores, broken s…
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Adam came first! Eve was made from Adam's rib-bone. So, naturally, Adam came first.
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Answer Multiple theories exist regarding where the ancestors of Native Americans originated from. The two most popular propose that they traveled from Russia or Japan through Alaska. At the time, either the water level was lower so the Bering Strait did not exist or the migrants boated across it. …
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Anthropology.
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from 85,000 to 100,000or 80,000 to 95,000
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I believe, that dragons were always alive, and still are. You can find real factual books about dragon tracking, and more. Dragons are not exactly fictional there is a lot of info to be found some of it factual. Marco Polo reported in china he personally saw dragons pulling large carts and what we …
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Well, when he was reasonably young he lived in Gottingen, Germany. In his 60's he lived in Staford for two years with his wife and children
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Archaeologists make painstakingly detailed maps of their sites because the location (and particularly depth) of any find is an important clue as to how old an artifact is or what its particular use was. Maps and plans also help archaeologists gain a perspective of how all the different features o…
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The Shroud of Turin is viewed as a religious relic and therefore needs no verification although the Vatican declares it to be the authentic winding sheet of Christ. Several studies have been done, in the late 70's and then again in the 90's and the results, while initially being thought to be negati…
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The Renissance
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Interpretative archaeology is one of the latest trends regarding Archaeological Theory (i.e. the way we view archaeological data, the methodology and theoretical background that affects our explanations and understanding... anyway it's complicated). Interpretativearchaeology is also known as Post-p…
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Robert Bunsen lived on the 30th of March1899
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There are none. Archeology is not an experimental science which seeks to explain observed natural phenomena such as falling bodies or planetary orbits or chemical reactions. It is an observational science which seeks to describe and explain the static remains of human population and activity. People…
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Sulfur is used in the production of sulfuric acid, matchmaking, explosives, fungicides, insecticides, tire making, agriculture, and medicine. Many other uses, too numerous to mention, also exist.
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The oldest fossils in the world are found in western Australia and are those of primitive bacteria. They are about 3.5 billion years old.
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The Sun's Four Main Areas are1) The Core 2) The Photosphere 3) The Convective Zone 4) The Radiative ZoneAlways Here to help! :)
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We use Artifacts, Oral traditions, and Written records. Artifacts are old things. An old soup tin which says "made in Birmingham" on it means that there was a soup factory in Birmingham which made that kind of soup.Oral traditions are legends and other stories passed down from generation to generati…
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because it symbols Americas freedom! it is important because it symbolises American freedom, and it was signed on The fourth of July.
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