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Interpreting the Ambiguous: Archaeology and interpretation in early 21st century Britain. Proceedings of a session from the 2001 Institute of Field Archaeologists annual conference, held at the University of Newcastle upon TynePaul Frodsham 2004 © BAR Publishing
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This volume is based on a session entitled 'Interpreting the Ambiguous' at the 2001 Institute of Field Archaeologists (IFA) annual conference at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. It is hoped that the 13 papers will be of value to anyone planning archaeological interpretation work in the near future. They range over large expanses of both space and time. While they vary considerably in terms of subject matter, they are all united by one basic aim: the desire to encourage people to think for themselves about the past.
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