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Much of the information needed by aracheologists is not environmentally and regionally specific. T/F?
False
According to JGB Clarke, in making analogies between ethnological data and archaeollogical assemblages need not be made between societies at a common level:

T/F?
False
According to Ascher we should seek analogies in cultures T/F?
False
Lewis R. Binford studied the:

Poly Kuna Eskimo shell-fishers
Eskimo
Betty Mehan studies the:

Poly Kuna Eskimo Shell-fishers
Shell-fishers of Australia
Most of the Kuna's protein comes from

Deer Beans Fish
fish
Mazama carcasses are supposed to be disposed of

In the Garbage The Mainland At Sea
mainland
The kuna dispose of fish remains

In the Garbage The Mainland At Sea
mainland
One of the Kuna's favorite foods is river turtle:

T/F?
false
The KUna eat alligators, snakes, and sloths.

T/F?
false
Sea turtles have always been a favorite food of the Kuna

T/F
false
The KUna relish sea surtle eggs

T/F
true
Fish head stones have always been avoided

T/F
false
Sea turtles have always been a favorite food of the Kuna

T/F
false
Gizzard stones from ocellated-turkey are also avoided by the Kuna

T/F
false
The KUna relish sea surtle eggs

T/F
true
Mammal feet are removal and not part of the Kuna diet

T/F
false
Fish head stones have always been avoided

T/F
false
Leg bones from deer are used to make Kuna flutes

T/F
false
Gizzard stones from ocellated-turkey are also avoided by the Kuna

T/F
false
Fisherman eat fish heads for good luck

T/F
false
Mammal feet are removal and not part of the Kuna diet

T/F
false
Leg bones from deer are used to make Kuna flutes

T/F
false
Fisherman eat fish heads for good luck

T/F
false
Queen Conch shells are used to make boat anchors on Ustupu

T/F?
False
Houses sitting in the flooded bays near Ustupu are the result of rising water level

T/F?
False
Needlefish are not eaten by the Kuna.

T/F
False
1/4th inch mesh screen would recover most of the fish caught on the outer islands where kuna fishing camps are located.
False
Kuna fishing weights are modified pieces of coral
False
Deer bones were abundant at the middens excavated during the mitigation of the King Navy Base property in coastal Georgia.
False
Ritually cooked bones among the Killalm of New Guinnea are found in their middens.

T/F
False
The absecene of species in mdden samples implies the species was not eaten

T/F
False
South Florida middens are found in areas that are underwater

T/F
True
In Kuna villages areas with the most ash features are the hearts and house floors.

T/F
False
Bones from deepwarer fish found in prehistoric middens along the Georgia and Florida coasts are most certainly food remains procured and eaten by the Native Americans.

T/F?
False
The minimum number of individual fish of each species can most reliably be calculated from the otolith bones from the fish heads in the KUna middens of Panama

T/F
False
Karen Walker of the University of Florida suspects that the polished, pointed bone pins found in the middens of coastla Florida were hairpins.

T/F
False
As archaeologists we should work hard to disprove

a. our own theories b. the theories of others.
True
Monk seals have been found in archaeological middels in the Florida keys.

True/False
False
Richard Gould found that the seals improve the confidence archaeologists had in their conclusions that the native people had relied on deep water fishing for much of their diet.

T/F
False
When archaeologists interpreted the food remains from Miller's camp, their interpretations matched the native's descriptions of their diet.

T/F
False
Around edge of island of Playon ___

groins outhouses piles all
ALL
Which is closest to mainland and airport?

Iskardup Ustup Playon Chico
Playon CHico
The Kuna include ____ in the animal part of their diet

Ulu Uedar Mamaa B/C A/B/C
B/C
____ is a large pig-like creature hunted by Kuna

Ulu Uedar Usu moli
moli
___ is a small rabbit animal hunted by the Kuna that has short ears
LOOK UP
Kantule Brenes of Playon CHico was

Expert on Kuna hunter both
Both
An ___ is a Kuna expert on medicinal plants
Inaduled
On the outer fishing island of Adridup ____-sized are eaten
small
Cooking hearths on Adripu are made from logs that are _____

stacked spoke-like
spoke-like
Parakeet fish and rabbit fish are often smoked and eaten on Adripu

T/F
false
Fresh water from bathing is brought to the island of Adripud in plastic buckets

T/F
false
The piles of ash and charcoal in the streets of Playon Chico are remains of an old house cooking hearth

T/F
true
Sweeping in the houses created an archaeological record

T/F
false
Groins are used to create new land on Playon Chico

T/F
true
___ are used to reinforce banks of built up land along edge of water

A. Rocks B Queen Helmet shell C Conch Shells
queen conch shells
Ulu are utilized as

water basins drying bins doors A/B A/B/C
A/B