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Ethnoarchaeology

 

             This part of the archaeological programme will use the ethnographic observations of contemporary Bucium society to explain patterning of cultural remains in the archaeological record of the region. There will be an intensive study of the surviving techniques of gold mining and traditional agriculture in order to understand the development of the Middle Age settlements along the Bucium valley.

             Part of the ethnoarchaeological programme will be dedicated to a comparative study of the settlement patterns in the Bucium and Mogos area.

             Finally, the programme will reflect the interest in using field surveys and sampling techniques to demonstrate the historical validity of oral traditions.

 
 
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