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When you hear “Africa”, what comes to mind? Some think of the food. Others think of African culture and the colorful aesthetics that most African media relies on. Unfortunately, most people who don’t desire to learn more about the continent know little to nothing about this continent before slavery. This has led to a lot of ignorance on the topic …

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Iraq is the modern day country that exists is this geographical location. 1 b. Along which rivers did the Egyptian civilization develop? This river has an unusual characteristic. What is it? Egyptian civilization developed along the Nile river which flowed from South to North. AAA. How did the people of Sumerian and people of Mesopotamia irrigate their fields? Sumerians dug …

(Chapter 6) Toxic Metals and Elements

heavy metals –has a high atomic weight with a specific gravity that exceeds the specific gravity of water by 5 or more times at 4 degrees celcius –lead, mercury, nickel, cadmium other toxic metallic compounds aluminum, iron, tin CERCLA priority list of hazardous substances Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) has identified a list of the top 20 …

Materials of Civilization EVSC 201

What were the 8 metals of antiquity? gold, silver, copper, iron, tin, zinc, lead, mercury Why were metals like gold, silver, copper among the first to be used by man? they are more likely to be found in native state because they are chemically inert. : What technology most likely had to be developed first, prior to the widespread use …

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Grade 9 – 10 Art Foundations Pottery/Ceramic Unit Assignment 1; Preliminary Research Component for Isomorphic Figurine; Internet & RIB; (Summation) Definition:- ‘Having the shape, form or likeness of an animal’ – Wizardry. 1 . Go to Google Images. Form/ 2. Use any 2 – 3 of the following first key words to pair up with either of the key phrases. …

Archaeological Dating Methods

Wood structures found (homes), pillar, boat (maritime features), ornaments, inscriptions in wood, furniture Pollen Analysis Useful in bogs and marshes, where pollen grains are taken from a layer of the bog then examined by microscopes Wood products, plants/flowers, animals, crops (types of food), human remains Stratification When the archaeologists records to occupational sequence of a site, by giving a relative …