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  • Multiregionalism Vs Out Of Africa - 1,033 words
    Anthropologists today are debating two sides to the story of the evolution of the modern human Homosapian sapian. The sides agree on two different theories called the Out of Africa theory and the Multiregional (or Candelabra) theory. The debate, which some may call a slanderous argument, is far from being resolved on either side. Both evolutionist sides have strong evidence, however, this evidence does have its flaws and is not accurate enough to prove one side over another. However, the arguments for the Out of Africa theory seem to be flawed far more than those of the Multiregional theory. The Multiregional theory states that the hominid H. erectus. Migrated out of Africa through the north ...
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  • Cave Art - 408 words
    At the foot of a cliff in the Ardche Gorges, in south-eastern France, amateur speleologists discovered the world's oldest painted prehistoric cave. Discovered on December 18, 1994, this cave features art that dates back thirty-one thousand years. Jean-Marie Chauvet, Eliette Brunel-Deschamps and Christian Hillaire, were the amateurs who discovered the cave that has come to be known simply as the Chauvet cave. The explorers were in Vallon-Pont-d'Arc, France some thirty feet below ground. While exploring a cave, they were intrigued by a draft of air. They followed the draft to the source and discovered a cavity. This cavity then led to a vast network of galleries and rooms. The explorers were a ...
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  • An Analogy Of Civilized Man To Primitive Man - 1,179 words
    Primitive Man and Civilized Man are Alike in Many Areas An Analogy Early civilizations are credited with introducing government, art, and religion, among other things to the modern world. Does the credit actually belong to the people who created these early civilizations or to those that came before? The final product may be considered greater and certainly more polished than the product created by early man. All things found in an ancient civilization were actually brought to them by the collective memories of the people that came before. Little is known about human life during the Paleolithic Period, 35,000 to 10,000 BC. Cave paintings and a few clay statuettes are the sum total of what ha ...
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  • History Of Dance - 551 words
    Oct. 17th 1999 The history of Dance is said to reflect the changes in the way people relate to their bodies, see the world, and experience the cycles of life. Cave paintings from 30,000-10,000 B.C. were found in Spain and France. These paintings contained drawings of figures with vivid movements. During the Ancient world dance was in civilizations of Rome, Greece, and Egypt. Through the Middle Ages the Christen Church's attitude toward Dance was two sided. One side rejected dance, they believed it was only lust, ecstasy, and sexual permissiveness. One the other side church fathers tried to include dances into seasonal celebration, and Christian feast days. In the dawn of the Renaissance, was ...
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    Oct. 17th 1999 The history of Dance is said to reflect the changes in the way people relate to their bodies, see the world, and experience the cycles of life. Cave paintings from 30,000-10,000 B.C. were found in Spain and France. These paintings contained drawings of figures with vivid movements. During the Ancient world dance was in civilizations of Rome, Greece, and Egypt. Through the Middle Ages the Christen Church's attitude toward Dance was two sided. One side rejected dance, they believed it was only lust, ecstasy, and sexual permissiveness. One the other side church fathers tried to include dances into seasonal celebration, and Christian feast days. In the dawn of the Renaissance, was ...
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  • Cinematic Aspects Of Cave Art - 423 words
    Kristine McCarthy October 1, 2000 I think Watchel formed a very good, accurate arguement in saying that cave paintings are cinematic. Much like movies, when cave paintings are seen in a certain way they show qualities that can be seen as cinematic. Once you look at cave paintings under a firelight things are seen much differently. They seem to move, disappear, reapper, and even change shape and color, just like a movie. When seen in this light these paintings no longer seem to be scribbled and disorderly, but rather very well thought out. Because of the irregular surfaces on the cave walls, light sources that flicker, and a moving eye, movie-like effects are created in the paintings. This ma ...
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  • Greek Art - 1,423 words
    Greek art is a very important in the upper paleolithic period. Art objects and artifacts are important sources of information about civilization prior to written history. The number of artworks lost because of their impermanence can only be imagined, since many were created by using organic materials subject to destruction by fire, flood, and decay. By comparison, objects made from metal or stone are more likely to survive The Aegean basin was a center of artistic activity from early times see AEGEAN CIVILIZATIONS the ravages of time and nature. They too, however, are susceptible to deterioration and may bring to our eyes a decidedly different appearance than they possessed originally. Among ...
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  • Impressionism - 1,287 words
    Impressionism is defined as the style of painting characterized by concentration on the immediate visual impression produced by a scene. Impressionistic paintings use unmixed primary colors and small strokes in order to stimulate actual reflected light. This method of painting varied greatly from the previous works of art categorized under "realism." Comparatively, realism emphasized the portrayal of modern life as it actually was, without idealization or presentation in the abstract form. The transition from realism to impressionism occurred gradually and can in no way be contained in a definite period of time. Yet, for the most part, it is believed to have originated in the nineteenth cent ...
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  • The Dream - 2,258 words
    ... eral things. Now, from among what came, just select one of those problems. Just one. Focus on that one. Dont go inside it. Just notice it. Focus. Stay outside of it. There may be many sensations. Just stay with all of it. Just notice it. Let yourself feel the sense of all that. Its the paper. The paper I am suppose to write over the break. The one I am not doing. The one I am avoiding! I feel it. All sorts of things in my body. Great. Now what is the handle? What is the word that would describe the quality of this felt sense? Try different things and stay with it till it feels right. Hmmmm. Anxious? Yes, but not all. Hmmmm.. resentful? Its simpler than that. Stay with the felt sense, n ...
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  • Culture Of India - 1,780 words
    ... tron-client alliances among various castes remain a common feature of village life. Most villages have at least a primary school offering up to six years of instruction. Some also offer adult education classes in the evening. While few villages can support a well-trained doctor, many have practitioners of traditional medicine. Government-aided dispensaries are increasingly common. For entertainment men join their fellow caste members or those from castes at levels close to their own to pass the evening hours smoking and chatting. Women and girls talk at the village well and may join groups to sing religious songs. Male youths sometimes form sports clubs or drama groups. Village-owned rad ...
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  • Evolution - 1,673 words
    ... uilding blocks of the development of new species. The majority of mutations tend to create adverse traits, such as, albinism. Albinism is a mutation that contains mutant genes, which lack the ability to generate normal skin pigment. Animals and plants, which contain the albinism gene, are unable to survive and reproduce as much and as well as the animals and plants without the albinism gene. Thus stating, that organisms with a mutant gene, will be unable to survive and reproduce as well as the organisms without a mutant gene. On the contrary, many unfavorable genes are eliminated by natural selection because most of the organisms containing the unfavorable genes will die before they are ...
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  • Sculpture Of The Old Kingdom Of Ancient Egypt - 1,036 words
    Introduction Egypt is situated in the north-eastern corner of the African continent. It is composed of two very different regions--Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt. Lower Egypt--the Black Land as it was also called by the ancient Egyptians--with its fertile soil strip along the Nile River makes up the northern part of the country. The Red Land--the Upper Egypt--is a desertous southern part with the red, sun-baked soil. The history of ancient Egypt starts around 3000 B.C. when, according to the tradition, Menes Narmer unified the two lands and founded the first dynasty. That was the beginning of the Old Kingdom--the period of stability of the state that lasted until 2263 B.C. and included the dyna ...
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  • Technology's Effect On The Acquisition Of Knowledge - 1,581 words
    For a class called 'Theory of Knowledge.' As I walked into my younger brothers elementary school one day to pick him up, I was confronted with a flurry of sounds; it was nothing new, this was just the first time that I noticed it. All I heard was the buzzing of computers, the ringing or phones and the humming of printers. The same at my school, my parents workplaces, and nearly every other public place, as well as some private places. Then I began to wonder if all of these technological advances really help, or rather hinder, how we gather information from the world around us. Do these smaller and faster computers, these increasingly tiny cellular phones, or any of these other recent technol ...
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  • A History Of Writing In Human Civilization - 1,827 words
    What is this civilized thing called writing? Modern linguists define writing as a system of human communication by means of conventional, agreed-upon signals that represent language. The signs must be capable of being sent and received, mutually understood, and they must correspond to spoken words. Each written means began with simple pictures and plain strokes or dots - adequate for recording objects and numbers. Of all the creation of man, writing is our most exquisite intellectual accomplishment. Contrary to a popular belief ,writing was invented not once but possibly as many as six separate times, in very distant places. Man approached writing by lengthy stages: the development of speech ...
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