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- n. Someone interested in ethnoarchaeology
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Drawing on the work of ethnoarchaeologist Ian Hodder, Hall interpreted this pattern as evidence of a "wide-ranging network of shared obligations": "By exchanging cereal products in vessels similarly decorated with potent symbols, householders would simultaneously signify and reaffirm their mutual connectedness."
“I like to keep my archaeology dead,” David Clarke once remarked to a leading ethnoarchaeologist.
For the past 20 years, I have made gravestones my text, exploring cemeteries in many corners of the country as an ethnoarchaeologist interested in how such memorials reveal diversity within ethnic groups.
Nurcan’s experiences with the Tille villagers convinced her that she really wanted to be an ethnoarchaeologist—an archaeologist who studies present-day cultures to gain insights into past behaviors.