Indians from the Southwest were farmers. They grew corn , beans , and squash . They also grew melons and peaches . There was very little rain . The Indians of the Southwest dug ditches to collect water for their crops. Some hunted small animals like birds and rabbits . They ate wild turkeys , too. They also had to hunt for them to.
Over the last 55 years, the number of women in the workplace has steadily increased to nearly the same number of men. Additionally, jobs that women hold have expanded into roles that were once male-dominated, such as business professionals, doctors, lawyers, etc., and some women have even broken through the Glass Ceiling into senior management and executive roles. However, in spite of various laws and regulations that are in place to protect women in the workplace, women continue to experience various forms of inequality, including unequal pay, fewer job advancement and training opportunities, and stereotyping and workplace harassment.
For my research paper, I am going to two about two types of art throughout certain time periods in history. What I am going to compare and differentiate are types of art within the Prehistoric time period, and the Roman time period. Within time periods in general, there are artworks that are relevant throughout their existing time period, and picked up later in future generations, where people can learn about their past cultures and various types of art. For the first time period, the Prehistoric period, it includes the Paleolithic culture and its art. It is divided into three parts. The lower Paleolithic, the middle Paleolithic, and the upper Paleolithic. During this time period, tools were a very essential
Humans have always had a unique perspective on gender roles. Throughout history, women have somehow became less superior to men. There are multiple variables to how and why this came to be. Whether it was the agriculture revolution, influential literature, or even climate events from the Mesopotamian civilization, males have managed to be more dominant. There has also been harmful sexism perspectives passed down each generation that could have triggered what women can and cannot do. However based upon evidences drawn by numerous historian writers, there are answers to why women roles have somehow been overlooked.
Different societies view women in different lights. Therefore, a woman’s position is greatly different from one society to the other. The societies in question do not necessarily have to exist at the same time. Even in the same time frame, two societies could exist, where one treat women as equals to men, and another that treats women differently than men, whether better or worse. The societies in question are: Mesopotamia, Greece, China, Rome & Europe, and this essay aims to study different societies’ viewpoints on women, and to compare and contrast them against each other.
Societies are built to be a safe, welcoming and an accepting environment, but sometimes end
Gender as a tool of analysis has been effective when analyzing Native societies. Gender roles in Native society inevitably shaped the tribe or band in which Natives lived in. Matrilineal or patrilineal Native societies controlled the daily operations, social hierarchy, religious influence, and the effects colonization had on that particular society based on the foundation. Using gender as a tool of analysis in Native societies, scholars are able to learn more about Natives because of the affects gender had in the characteristics and foundation of each society. In “Ranging Foresters and Women-Like Men”, A Nation of Women, and “To Live Among Us”, different scholars are able to use gender as a tool of analysis to understand the ways in which
What sort of evidence (or quality of evidence) will be necessary to establish firmly the presence of a pre-Clovis culture in the Americas?
The Ute people are the oldest residents of Colorado. They also inhabited vast areas of Utah,Wyoming, Eastern Nevada, Northern New Mexico and Arizona. According to tribe records handed down to each generation, the Utes have lived where they do since the beginning of time. The ancestors of the Utes were the Uto-Aztecs. The Utes speak shoshonean, which is a dialect of the Uto-Aztecan language.
D: Neolithic Revolution- the origin and consequences the introduction of Agriculture, domestication of animals, and a more sedentary life during
In Argentina there is a cave names The Cueva de las Manos ( Cave of the Hands) that contains art between 13,00 and 9,500 years ago which talks about the culture of live stating way earlier than we though it did in South America. Tourist have been visit the cave since the mid-nineteen century and recording their impression of the paintings. The ones responsible for the paintings are the ancestors of the historic hunter-gatherer communities of Patagonia, which was said by UNESCO in their website.
1. Compare the stylistic and cultural features of art from the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods.
Paleo-Indians used spears referred to as Clovis points that were used to kill prey to obtain food, due to meat being a primary source of food for the tribe. Blunt end scrapers were used in addition to Clovis points so the tribe could butcher their meat and make clothing items to keep them warm. During the Archaic Era stone adzes were developed for woodworking purposes for permanent dwellings, another item manufactured by the Archaic Indians was grinding stones that aided in food production. Woodland Indians manufactured a weapon called the bow and arrow which helped them reach further targets while hunting and was adopted as a weapon of choice for hunting. Pottery was another invention of the Woodland Indians that was used for trading and storage. During the Mississippian era production was a wide industry which led to the development of large hoe blades and other tilling tools for food production. Axes and Celt forms for clearing foresting areas and obtaining wood for
What is known about the Middle Archaic has grown significantly due to the work at a few well-known, stratified sites (e.g. Doershuk, Gaston, and Lowder’s Ferry) and several compliance projects. Although Middle Archaic populations are still considered to have been highly mobile, ranges and territories are thought to be smaller and more defined than earlier periods. Global climatic changes likely influenced technological changes such as the appearance of stemmed projectile points and the increased emphasis on locally available materials (Blanton and Sassaman 1989; Gardner 1974). Overall, subsistence patterns are believed to have been more generalized than the preceding period (Steponaitis 1986).
During the Paleolithic period, humans were hunters, depending on what they could find to survive. It could be studied from imperishable objects of now-extinct cultures, that were made from flint, stone, bone and antler. Some tools were used for daily life, for example, the wheel, it was not used for transportation actually, instead they were created to be used as a potter’s wheel. 300 years after that, people figured out that they can use the wheels for chariots. The other tools were