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Archaeology and false antiquities (1905)

by Robert Munro

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This volume owes its primary inception to the difference of opinion that has arisen with regard to certain archaic-like objects described as having been found on three prehistoric sites on the shores of the Clyde - some archæologists accepting, and others rejecting, their claims to be regarded as relics of the people who formerly inhabited these sites.

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To delineate the various phases of culture and civilisations through which mankind have successively passed during their long career on the globe, prior to historic times, is the main object of scientific archæology.

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