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The Piltdown Man Hoax
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This 5 page paper examines this well known hoax. Information about the hoax and what it means to science is noted. Also discussed is the mystery surrounding the hoax. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: SA508PMH.rtf

The Politics of Tourism
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This 5 page paper takes a look at tourism and how politics and other factors affect what tourists see. Several examples are provided and an anthropological view is taken. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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The Pre-Columbian Civilizations of the Maya and the Inca
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This is a 5 page paper about the Maya and Inca civilizations and some of their similarities and differences. The Maya and Inca were both prominent civilizations which existed in the pre-Columbian period in Meso and South America. Both civilizations had elaborately designed cities and agricultural systems. The Inca in addition had also built a large road system and terracing system to maintain their population while the Maya are also known for their well developed writing system. Both civilizations also developed highly accurate calendars to aid in their yearly rituals and lives. The Inca worshiped the Sun god over all and their kings were said to be descended from this god while the Maya religion was based more on universal acceptances and had many gods. Politically, the Inca had a much more diverse political system which was dependent upon trade and the acceptance of many independently run cities which all served under the “Inca”. The Maya although based over a large area were a much more synchronized group and trade was based on agriculture and operated largely within the large urban centers. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJMayaI1.rtf

The Presidio: The Existing State of Archaeological Investigation at this San Franciscan Site
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A 6 page outline of the history and potential of this 1500 acre site. Active military post for some 220 years, this site has tremendous potential in terms of archaeological investigation. The potential exists for prehistoric archaeologists as well yet neither aspects has been sufficiently explored. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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The Process of Mummification: A Critical Component of Ancient Egyptian Culture
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An 18 page discussion of the religious beliefs of ancient Egyptian's belief. These beliefs revolved around the concept of an afterlife, an afterlife which in order for the soul to recognize the body required mummification of the mortal remains so that they were discernibly human. Provides an overview of Egyptian belief, preparation for the afterlife, rituals instructing the dead, the tombs, and ceremonies as well as details on the process of mummification itself. Quotes contemporary scholars as well as the writings of Diodorus and Herodotus who provide two separate descriptions of the mummification process. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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THE RELATION BETWEEN SOCIOCULTURAL BEHAVIOR AND THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
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This 5 page paper discusses the socio-cultural behavior that one might view in a hypothetical laundry mat in the inner city. Examples given. Bibliographpy lists 6 sources.
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The Rise and Fall of the Early Egyptian Hyksos and Their Importance in Egyptian History
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A 10 page overview of the entry of the Asiatic peoples known as the Hyksos into Egypt, their contributions to Egyptian history and technology, and their defeat at the hands of Kamose, his younger brother Ahmose, and their father Seqenenre, a Theban king. Emphasizes that while the Hyksos reign is often characterized as being one of hardship and cruelty, these peoples offered tremendous technological advancements to Egypt. These advancements, in part, included the horse and chariot, the introduction of copper and bronze, an improved version of the battle ax, and even the compound bow. Comments on Hyksos material culture and their similarities to ancient Egyptian/Mesopotamian cultures in general. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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The Rise of David Levinsky & Our Country / How They Relate to the American Immigrant Experience
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A 7 page paper discussing the unsettling experience of the wave of immigrants during the turn of the century America and the effect it had on both immigrants and residents. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Levinsky.wps


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