Is Cryptozoology a Valid Science
By: Travis King - 507617
Cryptozoology is the study of creatures whose existence have not been proved, such as the Loch Ness Monster or Sasquatch. Many cultures have myths of strange creatures inhabiting local forests or bodies of water, and in recent times scientists, amateur and professional, have begun to...
An overview of prehistoric Asia
By: Abby Way
Asia might be exoticized and romanticized in modern times, but many people have no idea what prehistoric Asia was like.Humanity is thought to have begun in Africa. In the Paleolithic time period, around fifty to seventy thousand years ago, some Homo sapiens began to...
Archaeology today
By: Ray Burke
Basics of Archaeology:Archaeology is the study of Man's past through his physical and artifactual remains. Archaeology is one of those subjects that fascinate people. Why, they think, would someone spend their days and lives, usually in a field, digging for past civilisations' rubbish? Well, for...
Educational requirements for a career in archaeology
By: Laura Hinds
So, you have decided that you would like to become an anthropologist. There are many different facets of anthropology and before you decide on a specific field, you must get the basics of the educational requirements completed. At most universities anthropology and archeology are studied...
The archaeological evidence of the existence of Atlantis
By: Gary C. Gibson
If the eruption of There/Santorini in the Mediterrainian about 1500 B.C. (or 1625 B.C. per uncertain dating) that destroyed Minoan settlements followed maybe 50 years later by the fall of Crete's Knostic culture can be said to have been the Atlantan civilization referred...
Anthropology: Introduction to the four subfields
By: Daniel J. Gansle
Anthropology is a social science dedicated to the study of the human race. Literally translated, anthropology means the study of (-ology) humanity (anthropos). Anthropology is a very broad-based, big-picture field of academia that studies everything from a culture's food gathering methods, waste disposal, social structures...
Thor Heyerdahl: His amazing voyages
By: Ray Burke
Thor Heyerdahl - explorer or showman:Norwegian adventurer Thor Heyerdahl's experimental sea voyages in traditionallybuilt papyrus reed or balsa wood boats were not to prove that ancient man had crossed the oceans of the world, but that they had the capability to do so. His views...
Introduction to archaeobotany
By: Poppy Sunderland
Archaeobotany is the study of botanical (plant) remains that are retrieved from archaeological sites. In simple terms, the purpose of archaeobotanical study is to discover what plants were present at archaeological sites and how they were used in the past.Some terminologyArchaeobotany is a branch...
By: Elton Gahr
Anyone who has spent time around toddlers knows beyond any doubt that boys and girls are different. This differences can be seen during any stage of life, but it is often most visible in the age when children are first beginning to understand who they...
By: Marina Stein
Imagine yourself in the situation when you don't know how to ask for directions; how to use the phone; how to tank up the car; how to pay for your groceries or even how to identify the groceries you need to buy. That is what...

 

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