Trace, Revelation, and Interpretant in Archaeological Research: The Graffiti of Huaca Colorada, Peru

@article{Swenson2018TraceRA,
  title={Trace, Revelation, and Interpretant in Archaeological Research: The Graffiti of Huaca Colorada, Peru},
  author={Edward Swenson},
  journal={Signs and Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={6},
  pages={349 - 378}
}
Romantic notions that the advancement of archaeological knowledge depends on the thrill of unanticipated discoveries departs from the standard practice of interpreting data according to impartial research designs. However, the unexpected find commonly stymies the deductive testing of hypothesis, and the material traces (signs) upon which research relies often disrupt the course of archaeological investigations. The main objective of this article is to demonstrate that the distinct semiotic… Expand

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