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Potentiality of intra-site spatial analysis and post-depositional processes: a Slovenian case study Resnikov prekop

Katia Francesca Achino ; Quantitative Archaeology Lab (LAQU), Department of Prehistory, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Campus UAB, Bellaterra, Spain
Borut Toškan ; Inštitut za arheologijo, Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, Ljubljana, Slovenija
Anton Velušček ; Inštitut za arheologijo, Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, Ljubljana, Slovenija

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This paper is dedicated to proving the relevance of intra-site spatial analysis as a means of testing the integrity of the archaeological record, even in “unfamiliar”, post-depositionally affected contexts. When, as in the case discussed in this paper, the nature, strength and potential effects of such processes have been reconstructed through a preliminary multidisciplinary approach, spatial analysis identifying patterns in concrete and decisive categories of evidence, corroborates assessments of whether and to what extent post-depositional disturbances have changed their original spatial distribution. Comparison between the results of both such approaches contributes to the current debate regarding the formation and deformation processes which took place at Resnikov Prekop and will shed more light on the interpretation of the spatial patterns observed.

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intra-site spatial analysis; multidisciplinary approach; post-depositional processes; pile-dwelling; Slovenia

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