Aristocracy - A governing body of upper class citizens or the system of government in which aristocrats (upper class citizens) have controlling power. Bulbar depression - A depression left on the core (where a flake's bulb of percussion was attached) when a blade or flake was struck off. Ceramics - Objects, often pottery, made of fired or baked clay.In an aristocracy people are generally born into distinct social classes and there is little or no upward mobility. Chert - A fine-grained sedimentary rock, similar to flint, that is white, pinkish, brown, gray, or blue-gray in color.
Alloys are often stronger and more durable than pure metals.
Artifact - A portable object manufactured, modified, or used by humans. Years are counted back from the traditionally recognized year of Christ's birth. In antiquity, chert was one of the universally preferred materials for making stone tools (obsidian was another).
Assemblage - A group of artifacts found within the same archaeological context (locus, matrix, stratum). In academic, historical, and archaeological circles, this term is now generally replaced by Before Common Era (B. Chipped stone tool - Stone tool made by striking a stone (core or preform) with another stone (hammerstone) or other hard material (such as antler).
It is generally a raised area above the rest of the city where the most important sacred and secular buildings are brought together.
The buildings on the Athenian Acropolis were important for trade and worship.
Physical anthropologists study human skeletons and other bodily remains.