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Through a mirror, darkly: reflections on encoding archaeo-historical farmstead data

Tweet Written by Gísli Pálsson, postgraduate student at Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Umea University It is a truism nowadays to say that an archaeological site is embedded in extensive networks of relations. But just what are the … Continue reading

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