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Subject: 1. I was coming from a physical anthropological point of view, not archaeoligical. Although both are subfields of anthropology, what they deal with may or may not overlap. 2. Cannibalistic tribes are/were only those that ate a PART of the human body from an enemy, their diet did not even consist 1% human.


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Date Posted: 18:29:57 12/03/02 Tue
In reply to: chadi 's message, "Of course i will not comment on what says someone like you who considers archeology a "100% pure objectiveand acurate science"." on 21:05:54 12/02/02 Mon

3. You still have not adequately explained your accusation that human teeth were not meant for a carnivorous diet. You have dodged this several times which again leads me to conclude you have no idea what you are talking about.

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Also, post-processualism in archaeology has shown that archaeology is not 100% objective. Read up on history of theory of archaeology before you comment on something else you know nothing about. Might I suggest "History of Archaeological Thought" by Bruce Trigger?Grad student in anthropology18:38:57 12/03/02 Tue


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