Archaeology and Folklore (Theoretical Archaeology Group (Tag))

Archaeology and Folklore explores the complicated dating among the 2 disciplines to illustrate what they may examine from each one other.
This assortment contains theoretical discussions and case experiences drawn from Western Europe, the Mediterranean and North. They discover the variations among renowned traditions in relation to old websites and archaeological interpretations in their heritage and which means.

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