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New world archaeology exists as a driving force in American anthropological archaeology wherein scientists seek explanation of human behavior as reflected in the archaeological record. The American paradigm, lodged in predictive research and the development of theories, laws, and a body of theory, has archaeology serving multiple aims, goals, and agendas.

While archaeologists, as anthropologists in general, debate whether or not their discipline exists as a science or a humanity, biblical archaeology flourishes as a subdiscipline or specialty in anthropology such as in the Department of Anthropology at Texas A&M University.

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