The latest edition of Four Stone Hearth is live at Sorting Out Science. It’s another collection of Archaeology and Anthropology blogging over the past couple of weeks. In fact it’s the relationship between Archaeology and Anthropology which has caught my eye. Carl Lipo has a post looking at that relationship in the context of C.P. Snow’s Two Cultures talk. It’s interesting to compare that with a post late last year by Michael E. Smith, Do cultural anthropologists consider archaeology as part of “Anthropology”?. I also must admit I didn’t realise Neanderthals practiced Trephanation.
And a brief plug for elsewhere. Today on Archaeopix, an example of why sometimes Black and White beats Colour in photography.Google+