Lecture 14 Excavation-1 - Excavation March23,2010

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Unformatted text preview: Excavation March23,2010 Importanttermsandconcepts Site: Howisitdefined?Doesasitehaveedges? Whatmakesupasite? Stratigraphy Context Importanttermsandconcepts Site: Howisitdefined?Doesasitehaveedges? Whatmakesupasite? artifactsandothermaterialsthatindicateshuman activitiesinthepast Usuallyspatiallydefinedorclusteredtogether Mostexcavationisfocusedinareaswhereartifactsand featuresaremostdense,inplaceswhereprimary deposits arelikelytoexist Importanttermsandconcepts Site: Howisitdefined?Doesasitehaveedges? Whatmakesupasite? Stratigraphy Context Whentodig:theKeyQuestions Dothelikelyresultsjustifythedamagetothesite thatwillbecausedbyexcavation? Isthisthebestsiteavailabletoanswermyresearch questions? DoIhavesufficientresources(humanandfinancial) toseetheprojectthroughtoconservation, presentationandpublication? Havingconsideredallalternatives,doIstillthinkthat thisexcavationistheonlywayforward archaeologically? Permissions:governmentagencies, landowners Whoisallowedtowork? Whodigs? Wheredotheydig? Howdotheydig? Andthenwhat? Permissions:governmentagencies, landowners Whoisallowedtowork? Whodigs? Wheredotheydig? Howdotheydig? Andthenwhat? ...
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Lecture 14 Excavation-1 - Excavation March23,2010

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