archaeological interest

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In the administration of legislation and related guidance a site or object is said to have archaeological interest if is capable of contributing to the scientific or humanistic understanding of past human behaviour, cultural adaptation, or related topics through the application of scientifically based or scholarly techniques such as structured observation, contextual measurement, controlled collection, analysis, interpretation, and explanation.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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