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2. self-note Jan 30 - iv Out of context – it is sad...

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1. Categories of archaeological evidence a. Materials i. Inorganic materials – is preserve more longer than organic materials ii. Organic materials - b. Scales of analysis i. Large region ii. Small region, culture iii. Site cluster iv. Site v. Feature vi. Artifact – items made by human vii.Ecofact – items not made by human but it caused by human to happen or have. viii. attribute c. The context of the data i. Soil matrix: stratigraphy ii. Provenience: horizontal and vertical measurement within the matrix iii. Association: found with other finds and features in same matrix
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Unformatted text preview: iv. Out of context – it is sad because we cant do anything. it out of context the three time above (I,ii,iii) 2. Proceses through which the archaeological record is formed a. The archaeological context: the dead satic remains, but we can touch them tangibly and measure empirically b. The systemic context: the original context of the archaeological record as part of the lives of living acting people is quite lost and has to be im……… c....
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