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BibArch Home Up Its Nature Matrix & Provenience Epigraphs

The archaeological record, the domain of the science of archaeology, exists as a repository wherein lie the decaying material remains of ancient beings and civilizations. As archaeologists approach their work they encounter raw data from the archaeological record which serves as the source of their evidence.

With respect to the production of raw data, to how it becomes evidence, and to the existence of its inferential value, two technical issues regarding the archaeological record have particular importance. The first deals with data, fact, and evidence as they relate to an acceptable standard of proof (see Data, Evidence, & Fact) and the second with the nature of the archaeological record (see Its Nature).


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