thinking about archaeology

Deconstructing archaeology

Here’s a striking illustration of how archaeology is driven by the rise and fall in building. All archaeological investigations in Ireland need a license, meaning it’s a relatively easy task to see how many take place (try this is England!). Charles Mount has cleverly collated the figures and prepared this graph:

His blog is worth a read: Archaeological Licenses: a Real-time Indicator of Construction Output.

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