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Cultural anthropology

Of or pertaining to the branch of anthropology that examines culture as a scientifically meaningful concept.

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Cultural anthropology

Gauls

Anthropology; Cultural anthropology

The Gauls were a Celtic people living in Gaul, the region roughly corresponding to what is now France, Belgium, Switzerland and Northern Italy, from the Iron Age through to the Roman period. They ...

Picts

Anthropology; Cultural anthropology

The Picts were a group of Late Iron Age and Early Mediaeval Celtic people living in ancient eastern and northern Scotland. They are recorded from before the Roman conquest of Britain until the 10th ...

Celts

Anthropology; Cultural anthropology

The Celts were an Indo-European and etho-linguistically diverse group of tribal societies in Iron Age and Roman-era Europe who spoke Celtic languages. By the first millennium AD the expansion of the ...

Cherokee

Anthropology; Cultural anthropology

The Cherokee are a Native American people historically settled in the Southeastern United States (principally Georgia, North and South Carolina and East Tennessee). Historians and ethnographers in ...

Iceni

Anthropology; Cultural anthropology

The Iceni (or Eceni) were a British tribe who inhabited an read of East Anglia corresponding roughly to present day Norfolk between the 1st century BC and the 1st century AD. The Iceni revolted ...

pecking and grinding

Anthropology; Cultural anthropology

The process of manufacturing heavy-duty stone tools (bowls, mauls etc. ) From granular rocks by prolonged hammering with a hammerstone. Abrasive techniques might be used to finish the piece.

transfer RNA (tRNA)

Anthropology; Cultural anthropology

Within the ribosome, a form of RNA that transports amino acids into the positions coded in the mrna.

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