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The Nature of Sources and Evidence

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Complete notes on the preliminary Ancient history subject of the nature of sources and evidence. Completed in 2015.

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Archaeology Humanities Academia Chronological dating Archaeological science Survey Archaeological record Stone Age Mortimer Wheeler Radiocarbon dating Archaeological sub-disciplines Outline of archaeology
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Archaeology Humanities Academia Chronological dating Archaeological science Survey Archaeological record Stone Age Mortimer Wheeler Radiocarbon dating Archaeological sub-disciplines Outline of archaeology
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It can either by written or archaeological. Evidence is information gained from examination of sources in order to prove or dis-proved something. Types of Sources Archeological Artefacts Built Structures Organic Remains • Tools • Weapons • Jewellery • Statues • Household Utensils • Coins • Temples • Houses and Palaces • Bridges • Aqueducts • Tombs • Obelisks • Pyramids • Human remains • Animal Remains Written Official Documents Literary Texts Private Documents • Contracts • Annals • Decrees • Inscriptions • Papyri • Law codes • Plays • Chronicles • Poems • Speeches • Letters • Diaries • Graffiti • Religious Texts Questions to ask about archaeological sources: • What is it - Ask questions to understand it’s nature or function, what it is made of, who made it and who was it m...
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