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FIF 109 Ancient World: Archaeology Of The First Two Million Years

Course Description

From our remote ancestors in Africa to the origins of farming and settled life, the human story unfolds across six continents and thousands of generations. This survey of world prehistory examines the evidence for the earliest ancestry ofhumankind, the Neanderthal mystery (why did they disappear - or did they?), the appearance of modern humans, European cave art, the colonization of Australia and the Americas, and early farming communities in the Old and New Worlds.

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