There several subfields of Archaeology that make up the entire Field of Anthropology and Sociology, one of those being Environmental Archaeology. Stephen Popple from Triond takes us on an interesting tour of the field, explaining what aspects of the civilization and surroundings were considered during the research.
As archeology is the study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of physical remains. Environmental archeology finds its focus in the impact of the environment on past cultures as well as how the environment served to influence and shape the social and economic aspects of past cultures. Read More
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