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Modern Toraja blacksmith at work, Sulawesi, Indonesia. (Original teaching slide code: RS-24)

35mm slide: 20680


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Modern rice terracing in Bali, Indonesia. Note: Showing agricultural intensification (Original teaching slide code: RS-25)

35mm slide: 20681


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Modern rice harvesting in Thailand. (Original teaching slide code: RS-26)

35mm slide: 20682


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Solo river, Java, Indonesia. Pleistocene faunal remains from Solo river. Find site for early hominid Homo erectus remains in Middle Pleistocene context. (Original teaching slide code: RS-3)

35mm slide: 20659


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Lithic artifacts from Sangiran sites in Java, Indonesia, Middle Pleistocene. Note: Most of these lithic artifacts have been found in secondary deposition. We don’t know whether early hominids made tools, however, stone tools do occur (Peter Bellwood 1977, 1985). (Original teaching slide code: RS-4)

35mm slide: 20660


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Pleistocene and Early Holocene lithics in Southeastern Asia: Examples of major chopper-chopping tool industries of Asia and Southeast Asia. Chopper-chopping tool industries are widely found in China, India, and Southeast Asia, and have been contrasted with the "hand-axe" industries in Europe and Africa. (Original teaching slide code: RS-5)

35mm slide: 20661


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Northern Thailand, raw material source. Note: Lithic raw material in SEA is mostly quartzite from rivers. This slide shows a local raw material from Chiang Sean, Chiang Rai, northern Thailand. (Original teaching slide code: RS-6)

35mm slide: 20662


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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace -- detail of façade.

35mm slide: 416


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Tabon Cave, Palawan, Philippines (Chin You-Di), a Late Pleistocene site. Tabon Cave is situated in a limestone massif in the western coast of Palawan Island. Date ranges from 30,000 to 9,000 years ago. This site is one of a few Late Pleistocene sites in Southeast Asia. (Original teaching slide code: RS-7)

35mm slide: 20663


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Jian Cave, Hoa-binh Province, northern Viet Nam (early Holocene site). Note: Jian Cave was first excavated by M. Colani. The term "Hoabinhian" was first employed by French geologist Madeleine Colani, who was hired by the Geological Service of Indochina in (Original teaching slide code: RS-9)

35mm slide: 20665


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Fort Ancient site. Shoemaker site (33-Ha-400) view and Great Miami River. Summer excavations. (Original teaching slide code: SD-1)


35mm slide: 20371


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Etowah mounds, Mound C as seen from top Mound A. Major Mississippian center; ca. AD 1000-1250. Spring visit. (Original teaching slide code: SD-10)


35mm slide: 20380


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Etowah mounds, Mound A. Spring visit. (Original teaching slide code: SD-11)


35mm slide: 20381


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Etowah statues. Male and female statues about 2 feet high; female with knees together. Spring museum visit. (Original teaching slide code: SD-12)


35mm slide: 20382


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Etowah shellwork. Busycon Dipper used for "Black Drink", gorget with warrior bird and rattlesnake iconography. (Original teaching slide code: SD-13)

35mm slide: 20383


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Middle Woodland period enclosure (200 BC - AD 500). Spring visit. (Original teaching slide code: SD-14)


35mm slide: 20384


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Middle Woodland (Hopewell) ceramics. Mortuary ceremonies from Mound City site. (Original teaching slide code: SD-15)

35mm slide: 20385


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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace -- detail of decoration.

35mm slide: 417


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Mound City earthworks, Middle Woodland period enclosure (200 BC - AD 500). Summer visit. (Original teaching slide code: SD-16)


35mm slide: 20386


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Heidi Moore with petroglyphs. (Original teaching slide code: SD-17)


35mm slide: 20387


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Fort Ancient house excavation. Structure includes two sets wall trenches and internal posts and pits. Summer excavations. (Original teaching slide code: SD-2)


35mm slide: 20372


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Fort Ancient storage pit. Trash-pit almost entirely excavated filled storage. Summer excavations. (Original teaching slide code: SD-3)


35mm slide: 20373


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Fort Ancient artifacts washed in screen. Include Flint Ridge biface, deer mandibles, turkey bone. Summer excavations. (Original teaching slide code: SD-4)


35mm slide: 20374


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Fort Ancient ceramics, Shoemaker site (33-Ha-400). (Original teaching slide code: SD-5)

35mm slide: 20375


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Flint Ridge chert. Flint Ridge one of most common raw materials. (Original teaching slide code: SD-6)

35mm slide: 20376


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Sun Watch Village, reconstructed Fort Ancient house. Summer visit. (Original teaching slide code: SD-7)


35mm slide: 20377


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Reconstructed Fort Ancient village (Sun Watch village), note maize & sunflowers outside stockade. Summer visit. (Original teaching slide code: SD-8)


35mm slide: 20378


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Native tobacco (Nicotiana rustica) in garden at Sun Watch, great ceremonial importance throughout North America. Summer visit. (Original teaching slide code: SD-9)


35mm slide: 20379


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Uxmal -- Governor's Palace -- detail of decoration.

35mm slide: 418


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Taung, South Africa. Breccia. (Original teaching slide code: WG-1)

35mm slide: 20482


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Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe. Elliptical building. (Original teaching slide code: WG-10)


35mm slide: 20491


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Great Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe. Elliptical building from overhead. (Original teaching slide code: WG-11)


35mm slide: 20492


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Vasco da Gama pillar. The monument is most likely an appropriated pillar tomb from an earlier Swahili site at the same location. (colonialism and European involvement in Africa) (Original teaching slide code: WG-12)

35mm slide: 20493


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Classic Swahili pillar tomb and modern mosque; Islam in Africa (Original teaching slide code: WG-13)

35mm slide: 20494


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The "Palace" ruins. Excavations published in Kirkman 1963, who suggests a 13th to early 16th cent. Date for Gedi. (Original teaching slide code: WG-14)

35mm slide: 20495


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Mosque by the Sea. Topics: Islam, Swahili seafaring, Gender - (the half-blocked-up doorway separated the women's area of the mosque from the men's area in front) (Original teaching slide code: WG-15)

35mm slide: 20496


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Survey at a commercial salt production facility. David Burney (paleontologist) and Ramilisonia (Malagasy archaeologist with gun) interview workers about possible sites. Note ditches on left exposing material, and GPS. (Original teaching slide code: WG-16)

35mm slide: 20497


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Henry Wright, foreground, at one of the gates to Ambohimanga, the first capital of IMerina. A system of ditches and gates protected this first capital of Andrianapoinimerina (the round stone was rolled to block the entrance each night). (late 18th cent.) Topics: State formation (Original teaching slide code: WG-17)

35mm slide: 20498


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Vessels carved from chlorite-schist. Manufactured on the east coast and exported throughout the island and the Western Indian Ocean. (Trade and craft production) (Original teaching slide code: WG-18)

35mm slide: 20499


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Uxmal -- House of the Turtles northwest of Governor's Palace.

35mm slide: 419


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Closing the family tomb after a famadihana (turning of the bones). Many Malagasy groups still use megalithic communal tombs and standing stones, similar to the chambered tombs of prehistoric Western Europe. (ethnoarchaeology) (Original teaching slide code: WG-19)

35mm slide: 20500


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Sterkfontein. Cave mouth. wooden ladder down into cave and grid-lines (Original teaching slide code: WG-2)

35mm slide: 20483


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Removing a body from the tomb for the celebration. (cf. WG-19).The people of this area are known as Bezanozano, and this famadihana was to change the burial wrappings of an uncle of Ramilisonia (an archaeologist) who had died a year before (Original teaching slide code: WG-20)

35mm slide: 20501


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Dancing with the dead. (cf. WG-19) After the ancestor's wrappings are changed, they're rolled in mats, and vigorously danced clockwise around the tomb. (Original teaching slide code: WG-21)

35mm slide: 20502


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Olduvai Gorge near fifth fault. (Original teaching slide code: WG-3)

35mm slide: 20484


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Strata at Olduvai Gorge. FLK-Zinj (Original teaching slide code: WG-4)

35mm slide: 20485


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Richard Leakey excavating with dental pick. (Original teaching slide code: WG-5)

35mm slide: 20486


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Jenne-jeno from the air during rainy season. Inner Niger Delta (Original teaching slide code: WG-7)

35mm slide: 20488


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Port and mosque in distance. Town near Jenne-Jeno, shows importance of Niger River (Original teaching slide code: WG-8)

35mm slide: 20489


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Uxmal -- part of great south group. So-called "Dove cote."

35mm slide: 420