By: Nick Somoski
An anthropological kinship chart (often called a kindred diagram) is a delineation used to trace family history and exhibit relationships and connections within a family. The use of a kinship classification system in anthropology is different than one used in biology by what is being...
By: Colette Georgii
Anthropological kinship or genealogy charts are similar to the genealogy charts done by genealogists but they are mapped out using symbols rather than names. However names can be included in an anthropological kinship chart depending on the work being done by the anthropologist. Cultural anthropologists...
By: Colette Georgii
The anthropological family tree diagram is both similar and different than the genealogical family tree. The anthropological family tree is usually called a kinship chart but it can also be called a genealogy chart. Both types of diagrams are family trees. Family tree connections A...
By: Helium01
Throughout the records of history, characterization of human development has been a major challenge for modern archaeologists. It has been an ongoing process that involves making conclusions about a specific culture’s way of life, often with only a small array of human remains at...
By: Shekinah Quinnett-Cook
Since the dawn of creation, man has been in relentless pursuit of sustainability. From early Hunter-Gatherer cultures to modern Agrarian societies, humankind has fashioned for itself tools by which to proliferate natural resources. No tool has impacted human culture more than that of early edged...
Introduction to archaeological science
By: Katherine Johnson
There are many sciences that people study to show them why things work the way they do, archeology teaches people about the different human cultures through the use of recovery, architecture, and artifacts as well as environmental data. The study of archeology helps people understand...
By: Jerome Carter
There are two regions of the world where several ancient pyramids are found. One is Egypt and the Nile Valley. The other is in Mesoamerica.Although the Egyptian and Mesoamerican structure are both known as pyramids, they differed from each in appearance, function and antiquity...
The difference between the pyramids of Mesoamerica and the pyramids of Egypt
By: Allan Taylor
From time immemorial mankind has been obsessed with building huge structures for various reasons, especially religious ones, and also to show how clever they were and how advanced was the technology of their culture. Today, history repeats itself as modern sky scraper towers compete in...
By: Maria C Collins
There is much speculation as to the similarities between Mesoamerican and Egyptian pyramids. Some speculate that they come from the same cultural source; some of the speculation is truly outlandish. There are those who speculate that extra-terrestrials visited earth and showed both cultures how to...
By: Anja Emerson
The pyramids have been an endless source of fascination for mankind over the millennia. They provide valuable insight into the society, lives and beliefs of ancient civilizations. The higher purposes for which they were built and the outstanding accuracy of their architecture will never fail...

 

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