archaeology vs literary
Life in the ancient world has always been a great interest among scholars of the past and the present. In order to find out new information about the lifestyle of ancient Greeks scholars have used two types of evidence to better understand the people living in that day and age. One of these sources is literary evidence. Literary evidence primarily consists of a range of oral stories to by the Greeks that
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still found these cities and found the bore's tusk helmet they would not know what to relate it to. For all they might know it could have been a hat that the people wore during religious ceremonies. Therefore without literary text much of archaeological finds would not make since.
In conclusion, literary evidence and archaeological evidence can not get conclusive information without each other. Each plays an important role in the finds of the other.