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I would also add that archaeology is the study of the human past through it's material remains (using many different techniques), wheras ...
what's the difference between archaeology and antiquarianism?
I would also add that archaeology is the study of the human past through it's material remains (using many different techniques), wheras antiquarianism seems to be a more general collecting of and study of antiquities. The two are not exclusive, many archaeologists are members of the Society of Antiquaries.
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In Europe, archeology grew out of antiquarianism and has more ties with history than anthropology. ... The Difference Between Archaeology & Anthropology.http://www.ehow.com/about_5397666_archeology.htmlAuto Answered|Score .6525Weegy:
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