A companion to archaeology by J L Bintliff

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Outside the core set of attributes others were more free to vary. Because cultural entities are not capable of immediate and complete transformation they can be regarded as (semi-) Markovian Analytical Archaeology The only large-scale systematic attempt to transform this culture historical tradition in the light of the early stirrings of the New Archaeology and parallel developments in other disciplines, such as geography, was David Clarke’s Analytical Archaeology (strongly criticized by Binford 1972).

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