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ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHODS: Introduction
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Archaeology is a discipline that studies material remains (sites, architecture, artefacts, etc) from past periods in order to reconstruct bygone societies and events through analysis and interpretation. The goal of archaeology is to recover information in order to reconstruct history.

However, how can we return to the past from the present? Archaeological remains do not “speak” for themselves, and we need to decode these

archaeological records in order to interpret the phenomena that generated them.

For this reason, a rigorous methodology is applied to collecting information – excavation – backed up by a series of procedures, reasoning processes and protocols that form part of the discipline itself, as well as by analytical procedures developed by other branches of science. In archaeology, then, interpretation is the result of interdisciplinary work.

 
 
 
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