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Ethnoarchaeology of Indigenous Material Culture

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Published: 2021-02-28
Category: Other
Category Anthropology
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Ethnoarchaeology is the study of contemporary societies, their material culture and the material consequences of their behavior for the purposes of formulating and strengthening analogies. The cultural artefacts reveal that the Veddas community is related to the Mesolithic culture in Sri Lanka, whereas the Ainu are related to the Neolithic Jomon culture in Hokkaido, Japan. Even though some anthropological studies have been conducted about these communities, ethnoarchaeological approaches were hardly found on their material culture. The purpose of this comparative study is to examine a pattern of relationship between these two material cultures which mainly focus on the morphological commonalities and differences of hunting and fishing tools of them. To determine the possibilities of a specific pattern of relationship, the data of hunting and fishing tools were gathered from the Veddas at Dambana village, Sri Lanka and the Ainu collection, Hokkaido University Natural History Museum. 

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