TTC Video - Introduction To Archeology
MP4 | mpeg4 630kbps | English | 480x352 | 29.97fps | 24x45mins | aac stereo 128kbps | 5.84 GB
Genre: Video Training
Have you ever found yourself, perhaps after visiting a museum, an art gallery, or a historic site, wanting to know more about a long-lost civilization, a fortress that was bitterly fought over ages ago, or a ruined city sitting mute but poignant in the midst of what was once a thriving human world but is now a trackless jungle or a lonely plain? If such experiences have gripped your imagination, then you have probably also wondered how, more generally, groups of human beings dealt at different times and places with the challenges of their environments, and how, in turn, the environment shaped past peoples across the unchronicled millennia of human prehistory. Writing was invented only about 5,000 years ago. Since scientists can trace humanity's origins back 500 times as far to almost 2.5 million years ago sometimes the desire to explore questions like these cannot be satisfied by the pages of written history. The place for you to turn, as this course will show, is to archaeology.