What should we call this new subject?
What are the goals of this subject?"Prehistoric archaeology" is the study of Prehistoric archaeology is the study of the past before historical records began. It is a field of research that looks at all the pre-urban societies of the world.
Some motivations are The study of prehistoric archaeology reflects the cultural concerns of modern society by showing interpretations of time between economic growth and political stability. It also has very close links with biology, biological anthropology, and geology. It is also sometimes termed as anthropological archaeology because of its indirect traces with complex patterns.
Peter Timmins, James Osborne are a few specialists of "Prehistoric archaeology".
Some subfields in "Prehistoric archaeology" include biology, biological anthropology, and geology.
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