Public Archaeology Part 3: The Priori...

Public Archaeology Part 3: The Priority of Provenience

There are 1 comment on the The Bugle story from Mar 18, 2011, titled Public Archaeology Part 3: The Priority of Provenience. In it, The Bugle reports that:

Carey notified the Forest Service of the find and, as a result, the two pots will soon go on public display at the Museum of Northern Arizona instead of sitting in someone's private home.

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Karen Alterblatter

Old Lyme, CT

#1 Mar 18, 2011
"Provenience"? I had to look it up. It is a word. It means the same thing as "provenance." But the dictionary told me that the use of "provenience" was "largely limited to the uneducated classes, the obese, and wankers." I guess I won't be using it any time soon, but please, really, feel free to use it. No, really. It won't change how people already think about you already [loser]. Have a nice day!

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