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The visibility of the archaeological record and the interpretation of social reality

AuthorsCriado-Boado, Felipe
KeywordsLaboratorio de Patrimonio
Heritage Laboratory
Arqueología del Paisaje
Landscape Archaeology
Issue Date1995
CitationEn Ian Hodder, Michael Shanks, Alexandra Alexandri, Victor Buchli, John Carman, Jonathan Last and Gavin Lucas (eds.). Interpreting Archaeology. Finding meaning in the past, cap. 24, pp. 194-204. Oxford: Routledge
Abstract[EN]The questions which ar posed in this article are based on a series of specifi cahrateristics of the archaoelogical record which, although essential and well known, are nevertheless important and useful for the analysis of this record and the social practices which created it.
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