Message from discussion First Kalamazoo Report
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From: Renia <re...@otenet.gr>
Subject: Re: First Kalamazoo Report
Date: Wed, 16 May 2012 18:36:30 +0100
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On 16/05/2012 17:30, Paul J Gans wrote:
> As it is now each seems to be unaware of the other. And, like other
> scientists, archaeologists write in a jargon that makes their work
> difficult for the non-specialist to understand.
Since when have archaeologists been scientists? Some scientists (e.g.
dendrochronologists, geophysicists) contribute to archaeological
discovery and archaeologists use their knowledge, but archaeology itself
is a branch of history.