Find your answers, solutions and more...

Try our new improved search engine "Clutch." More relevant, better matches, 100% accuracy at light speed!


  • PhD Member
  • ******
Taphonomy is useful to archaeology because it

a. shows that modern human behavior can be extended into the past, strengthening interpretations of the archaeological record.
b. helps archaeologists separate the effects of natural processes and human behavior on site formation.
c. can determine the most efficient method of tool manufacture, which was most likely the method employed in the prehistoric past.
d. reminds ethnoarchaeologists of their responsibility to the living people that they study.
e. shows a respect for natural processes and the remains they leave behind.

Marked as best answer by Blackcyc

  • PhD Member
  • ******

  • PhD Member
  • ******
I can not tell you how much you just made me happy!!!!!!THX. You rock!

Related Posts