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Vagueness and Archaeological Interpretation: A Sensuous Approach to Archaeological Knowledge Formation through Finds Analysis
The rapid development of natural scientific methods coupled with the recent popularity of new materialist philosophies in archaeological theory has raised discussion about the possibility of a returnExpand
Archaeology and authenticity
Ian Hodder: Entangled: An Archaeology of the Relationships between Humans and Things
During the recent ten years or so there has been a distinct shift in social sciences towards studying things as real objects in themselves instead of treating them simply as correlative (MeillassouxExpand
Modelling of Postglacial Landscape Development
The postglacial land uplift process has been modelled using two different approaches: by modelling the geodynamics of the earth’s crust (also referred to as Glacial Isostatic Adjustment (GIA)Expand
Overview of the Prehistory of Eura: Life Around a Few Radiocarbon Dated Spots
The rich and colorful human history of Eura has been documented based on archaeological findings. The oldest findings from Satakunta are associated with the Suomusjarvi culture, which may have hadExpand
Things in action: interpreting the meanings of things in archaeology
Archaeologists are above all interested in the past meanings of things. Problems arise when one realizes that the meaning of an archaeological object in the present may be very different from itsExpand
Landscape Reconstruction in Lower Satakunta
The landscape reconstruction at four historical sites in Eura: Kolmhaara, Tyttopuisto, Kuninkaanhauta and Luistari is presented in this chapter. The reconstruction focuses on the time periods of theExpand
Historical Perspectives to Postglacial Uplift: Case Studies from the Lower Satakunta Region
Postglacial land uplift has shaped the coastline of western Finland during past millennia. The first recordings of the consequences of the shoreline displacement due to land uplift date from the endExpand