/ ænθrəpɑːlədʒi /
Množina reči anthropology je anthropologies.
ETYM Greek anthros man + -logy.
Science of natural history of human beings.
Study of humankind, which developed following 19th-century evolutionary theory to investigate the human species, past and present, physically, socially, and culturally.
The four subdisciplines are physical anthropology, linguistics, cultural anthropology, and archeology.
The social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings.