AN 3290 - Great Discoveries in Archaeology
Examines some of the greatest discoveries made at archaeological sites throughout the world. This overview of world prehistory emphasizes how civilization arose independently in several parts of the world, but it also presents some of the greatest discoveries from later time periods. Demonstrates the types of questions that archaeologists ask and shows how cultures are reconstructed using the fragmentary remains in the archaeological record. Springs. Prerequisite(s): AN 2210 or AN 2250.
*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.