Changing Scenes in Natural Sciences, 1776-1976 by Clyde Goulden

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This variation occurred from polity to polity, and over time, on both the Greek mainland and on Crete. As a result, general models such as world-systems frameworks and peer-polity interaction can help explain some variability, but not all of it. Such models need to be applied carefully, and should be treated as one of many options for explaining the variability exhibited in the archaeological record. They should not be invoked as general explanatory frameworks that, with a little modification, work just fine at explaining everything.

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