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Archaeology 204         Study Guide # 3         Spring 2010    

LECTURE

Persia

Sumeria

Fertile Crescent

Cuneiform

Egypt

Irrigation

Old Kingdom

Pyramids

Sphinx

Middle kingdom

Temple Complex

New Kingdom

Alexander the Great

Library of Alexandria

Lighthouse

Ancient Greece

City States

Democracy

Academy

Gears

Roman Republic

Cincinnatus

Senate

Forum

Public Baths

Roman Empire

Julia Caesar

Augustus Caesar

Pax Romana

Letters

Tesorii

VIDEO

Mosaics

Frescos

Dark Ages

Byzantine Empire

Holy Roman Empire

Moors

Goths

Vikings/ Norse

Medieval Period

William theā€¦

Feudal

Church

Renaissance

Colonial Period

Modern Europe

Video

Asia

Java Man

Polynesian Boat Culture

Immigration to New World

India

China

Japan

North America

Geography

Culture Zones

Kwakiutl

Central America

Olmec

Maya

Aztec

Pyramids

South America

Amazon Basin

Incas

Video

Lord Northampton

Sevso Silver

Repatriation

Ethics

Laws

Obligations

Human Remains

NAGRAPA or NAGPRA

Deaprtment of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP)

Taphonomy (yes again)

Reburial

Interpretation

Kennewick Man

June 4 Presentation on NAGRAPA or NAGPRA

TCP (Traditional Cultural Property)

NHPA National Historic Preservation Act Sec. 106

Consultation

Repository

CTC 4.4

RCW 27.44

RCW 27.53

BOOK

Chapter 8

Analogy

Actualistic Studies

Ethnoarchaeology

Experimental Archaeology

Technology

Ideology

Cultural Ecology

Settlement Archaeology

Exchange Systems

Archaeoastronomy

Chapter 9

Cultural Invention

Cultural Selection

Cultural Drift

Cultural Revival

Diffusion

Trade

Migrations

Conquests

Cultural Adaptation

Chart 9:10 on 227

CH 10 Looting

Cultural Resource Management

NAGRAPA

New York African Burial Ground (249)

Responsibilities of Archaeology (251)