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      The past as propaganda: totalitarian archaeology in Nazi Germany

      Antiquity

      Cambridge University Press (CUP)

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          An important element to the future of archaeology in the ex-Communist countries of central Europe will be the freeing of archaeological ideas from the constraints of a particular set of social theories built into the fabric of the state, as Milisauskas noted in the last ANTIQUITY (64: 283–5). This is a timely moment to look at the interference of a different set of social theories in the same region some decades ago

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          Archaeology and modern times Bersu's Woodbury 1938 & 1939

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              Antiquity
              Antiquity
              Cambridge University Press (CUP)
              0003-598X
              1745-1744
              September 1990
              January 2015
              : 64
              : 244
              : 464-478
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              10.1017/S0003598X00078376
              © 1990

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