Spot dating archaeology

by  |  29-Jul-2019 09:32

From an archaeological perspective, it is rather curious to find an artifact decorated with archaeological structures of a completely unrelated civilisation dating from thousands of years earlier.

The tag is named to a Gunner Thomas Leonard Hough, 1083477, of the Royal Artillery, who can unfortunately not be researched due to the strict privacy regulations of the British military archives.

The main difference between archeology and simple digging therefore lies in the intensions and methodologies of the digger.

-all information on the artifacts recovered and the conclusions that can be drawn from the excavation must be made available to other researchers, historians and the public.

What is certain in any case is that their activities are in no way archaeological.

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