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By Kristian Kristiansen

Social modifications in Archaeology explores the relevance of archaeology to the research of long term swap and to the certainty of our modern international. The articles are divided into:
* broader theoretical issues
* post-colonial matters in a variety of contexts
* archaeological exam of colonialism with case reviews from the Mediterranean within the first millenium BC and historic Africa.

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