Anthropology- The Archaeology Site

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This essay discusses if there is such a thing as a "perfect" archaeology site and the formation process at Cagny-l' Epinette.

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No matter how hard we wish it werent so, there is no such thing as a perfectarchaeological site. According to Kelly and Thomas, the ground is not stable andunchanging, which is why the study of formation processes, or how artifacts enterthe archaeological record and how they are modified once they are there is crucialto interpreting a sites context. An artifacts context is the most important thingabout its discovery, but processes in the systemic context (cultural deposition,reclamation, reuse, etc.) and archaeological context (floralturbation,faunalturbation, graviturbat
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