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Critique of an Archaeological Article
This is an article critique of a web site on the ancient city of Petra.
Critique of an Archaeological Article The article I am critiquing is Petra located on the Internet athttp www raingod com angus Gallery Photos... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 1 citations | MLA citation style

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Eros, Hermes, and Heracles in Greek Athletics
The sponsorship of three gods--Hermes, Eros, and Heracles--of the gymnasium, Academy, and palaestra in ancient Greece, as revealed in the archaeological record.
Eros Hermes and Heracles in ancient Greek athletics The purpose of this research is to examine the role of Eros Hermes and Heracles in ancient Greek... more
50 pages | 32 sources | 52 citations | Other citation style

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The Kennewick Man Controversy
This paper discusses the Kennewick Man Controversy, detailing the argument between the scientists and the Native Americans over the remains.
The Kennewick Man Controversy The Kennewick Man controversy started in when two students foundthe remains of a man along the Columbia River in... more
3 pages | 3 sources | 15 citations | MLA citation style

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Early Cycladic II Mourning Figures
This paper provides a critical review of Gail L. Hoffman’s “Painted Ladies: Early Cycladic II Mourning Figures?” in which the author maintains Cycladic figures with painted decorations were used in daily life and as part of funeral/burial ceremonies in the Archaic period.
Critical Review In Painted Ladies Early Cycladic II Mourning Figures Gail L Hoffman attempts to argue that a small group of painted folding-armfigures... more
4 pages | 4 sources | 9 citations | Other citation style

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Çatalhöyük, The First City
This paper discusses Çatalhöyük, the oldest known city, located in Turkey. The history of its excavation by Mellaart and then by Hodder, as well as an analysis of the findings is examined, followed by a discussion of the mysteries that still remain.
atalh y k The First CityIntroduction There are always mysteries in any archaeological study The people ofthe civilization under study are long dead... more
15 pages | 9 sources | 80 citations | MLA citation style

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Slavery and Democracy
A discussion of Athenian Democracy under Pericles as made possible by the existence of slavery. The massive slave population in Ancient Greece during this time underpinned the bulk of Greek society and drove the economy that allowed this state to flourish.
The ascendancy of the Greek polis in the Ancient World culminated inAthens in the fifth century BC under the leadership of the great statesmanPericles... more
11 pages | 8 sources | 35 citations | MLA citation style

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Tokens as Pre-Writing Symbols
Discusses the use and significance of tokens as pre-writing symbols. Examples of various tokens and what they represented. What tokens indicate about early civilizations. Emergence of new systems of record keeping.
The Significance of Tokens as Pre-Writing Symbols Abstract Numerous scholars have presented evidence indicating that tokens often made of clay and... more
7 pages | 11 sources | 19 citations | APA citation style

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Archaeological discoveries of female figures representing cult fertility objects an ancient goddesses. Representations of Paleolithic, Neolithic periods. Greek and Roman depictions of goddesses. Feminist ideology & goddess imagery. Patriarchal ideology. Varied views of contemporary ecofeminism in deconstructing patriarchy.
Prepatriarchal Representations
The earliest interpretations of archaeological discoveries of... more
6 pages | 9 sources | 13 citations | APA citation style

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Discusses the importance of this Mayan architectural site in Mexico. Its variations from the Mayan norm. Its utilization of new forms of architecture and art-forms. Innovations. Describes the site. Composition of its structure. Excavations of the ruin. Discoveries, including a Pyramid. Intricate hieroglyphs found. Historical and cultural value of Mayan glyphs.
Palenque is the most important Maya architectural site in Mexico, surpassing even Chichen-itza in its grandeur. Discovered by the Spaniards in the... more
10 pages | 6 sources | 17 citations | MLA citation style

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In-depth description of the archaelogical site of Chicheiza. Discusses the discovery of the site. Cataloging its major findings. Contribution of knowledge of Mayan society & the site's role in the future of Mexican archaeology. Its significance as a major MesoAmerican ruin in what was once the greatest Mayan city.
Chichen Itza is the most famous and well-known Mayan archaeological site. It has astonished visitors for over a thousand years and is a prime example... more
15 pages | 9 sources | 26 citations | MLA citation style

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