- Archaeological finds
- Artifact assemblages
- Assemblages, Archaeological
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: Extracting meaning from ploughsoil assemblages, 2000.
- found: The Early Slavs : culture and society in Early Medieval Eastern Europe, 2001: p. 32 (certain complex of archaeological finds, known in archaeological literature as Prague-type assemblages)
- found: Conflict in the archaeology of living traditions, 1989: p. 29 (artefact assemblages will reflect differential distribution of goods through regional systems)
- found: About.com WWW site, Aug. 15, 2007 (Archaeologists use the word "assemblage" to refer to the collection of artifacts recovered from a single site)
- found: Art & Architecture Thesaurus online, Aug. 15, 2007 (assemblages (object groupings): refers to groups of archaeological artifacts found in association with each other, as from one level, activity area, or site, regardless of their material or type)
- 2007-08-16: new
- 2008-01-29: revised
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