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Archaeological Science, Archaeology of Science: Tools for Closing the Gap between Practice and Ideals (2018)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ben Marwick.

Computational methods are increasingly being used by archaeologists and appearing in archaeological science journals. But does this make archaeology more or less scientific? On one hand, computers are anti-science because they are often used as black boxes. On the other hand, many computational tools enable unprecedented transparency of the analytical workflow. I briefly review how archaeological science has recently been defined and how the practice compares to the ideals. I then evaluate these...

Cost Analysis of Archeological Activities at Eight Southeastern Sites (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Linda F. Carnes. Roy S. Dickens, Jr.. Linda France. Ann Long.

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