Archaeology: The Conceptual Challenge

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Presents a critical yet positive approach to how contemporary conceptual outlooks, if unacknowledged, can seriously influence our understanding of the past. This book presents an exploration and evaluation of conceptual categories, of significance to archaeology, such as: age, experience, emotion, the senses, distance, and colour.

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