Revitalising artefact analysis
[Conclusion]: In retrospect it is clear that Hayden's (1977) paper was part of the general re-expression of perspectives that had been discussed earlier in the century. The elements of this reexpression contain many of the features of the propositions espoused by New Archaeology in the 1970s (cf.Binford 1989). For example, the rejection of mentalist descriptions of implement form, and of assemblage variation, the attempt to formulate interpretative principles through ethnoarcheological...[Show more]
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