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New Archeology- Processual

Multidisciplinary (R. J. Braidwood, Jarmo


and McNeish, Tehuacan Valley project);
Use of ethnohistory and geology but
they did not include an interdisciplinary.
Accomplishes were chronological
(culture-historical)
Conclusions based exclusively on
ceramics
Lack of an explicit sampling program.

Changes
From sites to regions as investigatory
universe
Reliance on surface artifacts and the use of
excavation to provide stratigraphy
Stratigraphy and seriation that is still use
Integration of Archeology and Geomorphology to
draw their conclusions
A more careful treating of ethnohistorical
accounts
A consensus created through dialogues exposed
in the book

Influence
On archeological methods and
literature: