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    Shepherd University
   
 
  Oct 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Shepherd University Catalog
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ANTH 345 - Archaeological Field Methods and Lab

(4 cr) A study of theories, methods, and techniques of archaeology as applied to analysis of environmental impacts on historic and prehistoric sites. This includes the use of social scientific techniques for mitigating the impacts of planned changes to the physical or cultural environment such as site survey, excavation techniques, laboratory techniques, and artifact analysis. This course will provide valuable knowledge on the techniques of data collection used in the study of cultural groups, with these techniques applied to environmental impact statements, urban planning, and resource management. This is predominantly a field-based and laboratory-based course.



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