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Giza, Egypt. Sphinx and Pyramid of Khafre, 4th Dynasty Old Kingdom royal mortuary complex. (Original teaching slide code: JR-8)


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Giza, Egypt. Layout of Giza plateau, 4th Dynasty Old Kingdom royal mortuary complex. (Original teaching slide code: JR-9)

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Hittite sculpture, workshop, quarry. Park displaying unfinished sculptures (Original teaching slide code: KK-1)

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Hittite capital (Hattusas). Paved slope and stairway at base of city walls. (Original teaching slide code: KK-10)

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Chichén Itzá -- Iglesia -- front view.

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Hittite capital (Hattusas). Aslanizkapz (Iron Gate): copies of animal figures (Original teaching slide code: KK-11)

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Hittite religious sanctuary, Gallery A: reliefs of gods/goddesses. (Original teaching slide code: KK-12)

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Hittite religious sanctuary, passage to Gallery B (natural crack, widened): royal family’s burial place. (Original teaching slide code: KK-13)

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Hittite religious sanctuary, Gallery B: relief of King Tuthalia and god Sarumma. (Original teaching slide code: KK-14)

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Late Chalcolithic artifact, droop spout vessel. (Original teaching slide code: KK-15)

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Late Chalcolithic artifact, beveled-rim bowl. (Original teaching slide code: KK-16)

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Late Chalcolithic artifact, bitumen-dipped wall cones. (Original teaching slide code: KK-17)

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Late Chalcolithic artifact, limestone "eye" idols. (Original teaching slide code: KK-18)

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Hittite site. monumental gate (Original teaching slide code: KK-2)

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Hittite site. relief in front of gate: storm god worship ceremony (Original teaching slide code: KK-3)

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17324- Red Moon shawl, c. 1815


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Chichén Itzá -- Chichan Chob or Red House.

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Hittite site. note back of gate (right) and procession way from it (Original teaching slide code: KK-4)

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Hittite capital (Hattusas). Temple I: storerooms and apartments (foreground); temple (background); see attached map (Original teaching slide code: KK-5)

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Hittite capital (Hattusas) Büyükkale: held the royal palace and state archives (Original teaching slide code: KK-6)

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Hittite capital (Hattusas). Nisantas: inscription dating from Suppiluliuma II (Original teaching slide code: KK-7)

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Hittite capital (Hattusas). Kralkapz (King’s Gate): reproduction of Hittite war god relief (Original teaching slide code: KK-8)

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Hittite capital (Hattusas). Tunnel 70 m. long beneath city walls, from lower end. (Original teaching slide code: KK-9)

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Stadel im Hohlenstein. One of earliest known ivory carvings in Europe. "ivory animal/anthropomorphic figure, c. 28 cm high, Period: Aurignacian (level IV in the cave), Age: c. 32,000 B.P., based on AMS dates on bones from the site. One of earliest known ivory carvings (full relief) in Europe. Identified as fragmentary carved object by excavator, Gustav Riek, in 1931. Complete object later reconstructed by several archaeologists from ivory fragmen


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Upper Paleolithic cave art. Niaux Cave. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 -14,000 B.P. Painted black bison with red ochre and black "darts". (Original teaching slide code: LF-10)


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Upper Paleolithic cave art. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 -14,000 B.P. "Vulvas" in red ochre and "plant-like forms" or arrows in manganese El Castillo Cave. Spain. (Original teaching slide code: LF-11)


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Petersfels, cave site in Germany. Petersfels jet pendant. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 - 13,000 B.P. Pendant of local jet (lignite) material, interpreted as schematic female figurine by comparison to other Late Magdalenian objects, including engravings and figurines, in western and central Europe. This site is one of the richest Magdalenian sites in central Europe; at this location are a small cave entirely excavated by Edouard Peters in t


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Chichén Itzá -- Chichan Chob or Red House.

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"Kesslerloch carved rib with reindeer. Site: Kesslerloch cave, Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 - 13,000 B.P. Small cave excavated in 19th century. Two Magdalenian levels. Features include evidence of hearths. Along with Petersfels and the nearby site of Schweizersbild, one of largest/richest Magdalenian assemblages in region. Stone artifacts, jet objects, bone/antler artifacts." (Original teaching slide code: LF-


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France: Pincevent excavation. Period: Late Magdalenian, c. 12,000 B.P. Site discovered in the 1950s in the course of salvage excavation of early medieval site discovered in mining some of the floodplain sediments for gravel. During the 1960s, excavation of the prehistoric sites (Neolithic, Epipaleolithic, Magdalenian) began under the auspices of the Société préhistorique francaise (branch for quaternary studies), which arranged for the French gover

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"Petersfels excavation 1976. Period: Late Magdalenian, c. 12,000-13,000 B.P. Site excavated by G. Albrecht, University of Tübingen, 1976-78, in narrow, dry valley below a small cave entirely excavated by early German archaeologist E. Peters in the 1920s. See above, nr. 12. Photo shows part of a stone pavement in excavation unit P3, AH (archaeological horizon) 2. Materials recovered indicate production of stone tools from locally available raw mat


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Replicating biface manufacture at Kampsville, Illinois (Original teaching slide code: LF-18)


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Interpretations of Neolithic and Bronze Age in southern Germany. Photo shows reconstructed neolithic lake dwelling at Freilichtmuseum Unteruhldingen, an open-air museum on the German shore of Lake Constance. Established in the 1920s, by German archaeologist and National Socialist Hans Reinerth, these constructions were intended to test the possibility of building pile dwellings in open water, a then-current interpretation of the Neolithic and Bronze


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Vogelherd."Mammoth ivory animal figure, possibly a felid, c. 9 cm long Period: Aurignacian, age c. 30,000 BP (series of AMS dates on bone from site, range c. 23,000 to 32,000) Source: published photo (Figure 181) in Müller-Beck, Hj., ed. 1983. Urgeschichte in Baden-Württemberg. Stuttgart: Theiss. Vogelherd is significant both for Middle Paleolithic sequence and for important Aurignacian layer with human remains. Magdalenian levels were also recove


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Heuneburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Photo looking southeast over area of Iron Age hillfort site. Located on a natural spur of land overlooking the upper Danube river in southern Germany, near the town of Hundersingen (Herbertingen). The area in the foreground was the scene of several excavation campaigns, a number of houses known from here, also workshop areas. This village/town surrounded by earthwork walls and palisades; outside the fort ther


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Vogelherd horse, from same series, see #2. c. 5 cm long (Original teaching slide code: LF-3)


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Chichén Itzá -- Temple of the Phalli -- extreme south group.

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Vogelherd ivory figurine, fragmentary figure: head of felid. Note cross-hatch marks; superimposed geometric markings are characteristic of these figures. (Original teaching slide code: LF-4)


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"Front view of anthropomorphic figure from Geißenklösterle cave, level IIB. Near Blaubeuron, southern Germany. Height of object: 38 mm. Site: Large cave site located c. 50 m above valley floor at a broad curve in the Ach river valley, not far from Blaubeuron, Germany. Period: Aurignacian, 14C dates for this level range from c. 31,000 - 36,000 years B.P. (AMS dates on bone from archaeological level). This site was excavated by J. Hahn (Tübingen


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Back view of previous object. Anthropomorphic figure from Geißenklösterle Cave. (Original teaching slide code: LF-6)


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Upper Paleolithic cave art. Site: Peche Merle, France. Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 -14,000 B.P. Note: numerous superpositions of images. (Original teaching slide code: LF-8)

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Upper Paleolithic cave art. Niaux Cave Period: Late Magdalenian, ca. 12,000 -14,000 B.P. Bison outlines cut from clay floor, carried to LS outcrops and molded by hand. 122 cm each. (Original teaching slide code: LF-9)


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Map Early Hominid Sites. (Original teaching slide code: PM-1)

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Footprints of A. afarensis and foot of Australopithecus, age ca. 3.5 Ma. (Original teaching slide code: PM-10)

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Top = A. boisei (OH 5), bottom = A. aethiopicus (WT17000), frontal view; age of WT17000 ca. 2.5 Ma. (Original teaching slide code: PM-11)

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Top = A. boisei (OH 5), bottom = A. aethiopicus (WT17000), side view; age of WT17000 ca. 2.5 Ma. (Original teaching slide code: PM-12)

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Chichén Itzá -- Atlantean figures near Temple of Phalli.

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Sterkfontein, A. africanus, STS 71, 17, 5, frontal views (all from member 4, age ca. 2.45 Ma) (Original teaching slide code: PM-13)

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A. robustus (left), H. habilis (right): Swartkrans 48 (age ca. 2.2 Ma), Olduvai 24 (age ca. 1.8 Ma) (Original teaching slide code: PM-14)

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A. boisei (left), H. habilis (right) Olduvai 5, Olduvai 24 (Original teaching slide code: PM-15)

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