The Gold Open Access publication of this article has been funded by the National Heritage Science Forum. The Archaeology of Agricultural Resilience in Eastern Africa (AAREA) project was funded by the European Research Council under the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme Starter Grant Scheme (FP/200702013/ERC); Grant Agreement No. ERC-StG-2012-337128-AAREA was awarded to DS in February 2014, employed SR between February 2014 and February 2018, with RM as a named collaborator. Many thanks to all of the people who met with SR for their thoughts and insights, and to the referees for their valuable input and comments.


Cite this as: Richer, S., Stump, D. and Marchant, R. 2019 Archaeology has no Relevance, Internet Archaeology 53.

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