The visual language of archaeology: a case study of the Neanderthals.
Antiquity, 66, (253), .
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Two notable reconstructions of Neanderthal individuals are analysed in this perceptive study of the role of visual reconstructions in archaeological debate. The author concludes that such images are more than popular by-products of academic discussion and play a crucial role in the construction of archaeological arguments
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