The letter “A” is obviously starting us off, and it’s kind of a no brainer. “A” is for archaeology, of course. And if you’ve been a longtime reader of TWIPA, we’ll spare you the “Archaeology is . . .” speech. We’ve covered that ground pretty well and are confident everybody is on board. And that frees up “A” to be so many other things, like. . .
late Woodland triangle arrow points
Jacks Reef projectile point
And so with that short laundry list of “A”s, we leave this week with one of the more well used cliques in the field; “A” is for assumption (and we all know what happens when you assume) - just as a quick reminder to keep things scientific, and let the data drive your conclusions, not the other way around.