- 1 Why do social scientists think cave paintings?
- 2 Why do social scientists think this painting was created?
- 3 How do social scientists know learn about the ancient past?
- 4 How do social scientists use artifacts to interpret the past?
- 5 What happened to the Lascaux cave after it was found?
- 6 Why are ancient handprints found on cave walls very small?
- 7 How did prehistoric artists deal with the uneven surfaces of the cave?
- 8 What techniques did cave painters use when creating their art?
- 9 What is the most likely reason these sculptures were unknown to scientists before 1912?
- 10 What is Archeology The study of?
- 11 What type of people study the past?
- 12 How did the social science thought began?
- 13 How are artefacts useful?
- 14 Why are artifacts important in history?
- 15 How does artifacts contributed to the present society?
Why do social scientists think this painting was created? Social scientists think this painting was created as part of a hunting ritual. The artist might have been asking for a successful hunt, recording something that actually happened, or simply a decoration.
Why do social scientists think the Lascaux, France cave painting was created. Social scientists think that the painting was created as part of a hunting ritual. The artist may have been asking for a successful hunt, painting an actual event that happened or it may simply be a decoration.
To find out, they study all kinds of artifacts and documents. They read diaries and letters. Besides asking what happened in the past, historians try to understand why events happened the way they did.
How do Social Scienctists interpret the Past? Social scientists are able to interepet the past by studying human interactions. By studying how they interacted, they can tell how humans have evolved to create new communities. One of the types of social sciences is anthropology.
What happened to the Lascaux cave after it was found?
The Lascaux grotto was opened to the public in 1948 but was closed in 1963 because artificial lights had faded the vivid colors of the paintings and caused algae to grow over some of them.
Why are ancient handprints found on cave walls very small?
A cave filled with paintings of animals. Some paintings are too high to be reached from the floor. Why are ancient hand prints found on cave walls very small? People long ago were not as big as people are today.
How did prehistoric artists deal with the uneven surfaces of the cave?
How did prehistoric artists deal with the uneven surfaces of the caves? They included uneven surfaces as part of their composition. People long ago were not as big as people today. Ancient handprints found on cave walls to be very small.
What techniques did cave painters use when creating their art?
In cave paintings, the pigments stuck to the wall partially because the pigment became trapped in the porous wall, and partially because the binding media (the spit or fat) dried and adhered the pigment to the wall. Historians hypothesize that paint was applied with brushing, smearing, dabbing, and spraying techniques.
What is the most likely reason these sculptures were unknown to scientists before 1912?
What is the most likely reason these sculptures were unknown to scientists before 1912? The bisons’ location, deep inside the cave, in a part of the cave that is hard to get to, may be the most likely reason why the bison sculptures were not found until modern times.
What is Archeology The study of?
Archaeology is the study of the human past using material remains. These remains can be any objects that people created, modified, or used. Portable remains are usually called artifacts. Artifacts include tools, clothing, and decorations.
What type of people study the past?
A person who studies history is called a historian. A person who studies pre-history and history through things left behind by ancient cultures is called an archaeologist.
The history of the social sciences has origin in the common stock of Western philosophy and shares various precursors, but began most intentionally in the early 19th century with the positivist philosophy of science. Around the start of the 20th century, Enlightenment philosophy was challenged in various quarters.
How are artefacts useful?
Artifacts are immensely useful to scholars who want to learn about a culture. Many ancient cultures did not have a written language or did not actively record their history, so artifacts sometimes provide the only clues about how the people lived. Artifacts have provided essential clues about life in ancient Egypt.
Why are artifacts important in history?
Artifacts—the objects we make and use—are part of American history. If we know how to look at them, they can be sources for better understanding our history. They frame the way we act in the world, as well as the way we think about the world.”1 To understand the past, we have to understand the artifacts of the past.
How does artifacts contributed to the present society?
In more recent history, human artifacts are made out of metal, and now, plastic. All of these artifacts give us information about specific times and places in our history and shed light on the way we live, the resources we depend upon and the technology we have developed.