Archaeology, Religion & Meaning

Religion and Archaeology

This was the comment page for two readings that focused on Religion and Archaeology:

These readings concluded part 2 of my Introduction to Anthropology 2016 course.

I revisited this material in 2021 for an Intro-to-Anthropology class on Meaning-Dependent Organisms.


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