Towards a Post-Westphalian Archaeology by Christopher Jones — Gates of Nineveh: An Experiment in Blogging Assyriology @cwjones89


The modern history of archaeological research can be roughly divided into three periods. During the first period, running from Napoleon’s 1798 expedition to Egypt to the end of World War 2, archaeology was often part of imperial enterprises. Archaeology was primarily (but not exclusively) conducted by Europeans and Americans who traveled to exotic lands in […]

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