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Are t h e archaeology a n d history o f t h e ancient w o r l d t w o disciplines that
can b e s t u d i e d g e n u i n e l y i n i s o l a t i o n f r o m each o t h e r - o n e based o n t h e
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Archaeologists do not discovet the past but take shattered remains
and make something of them. This is what makes archaeology so
Michael Shanks (1996: 4)
There is an urgent need to improve communicatio
E n g a g i n g Greek archaeology and history
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Practice, pp. 106—116.
PART! The Framework of Archaeology
So far, we have discovered sites and mapped as many
of their surface and subsurface features as possible.
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