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The main emphasis is on the exploration of possibilities for contextualizing assemblages at settlement sites with varying depositional conditions, towards a better understanding of household space and household activity. It is also to take a critical perspective on the extent to which archaeological assemblages provide important information on household activities and the extent to which analogy is useful for interpreting this data or, conversely, presents biased or distorted perspectives of the meanings of household material culture.
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Ancient Iraq: Third Edition (Penguin History) by Georges Roux