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Seriation Stratigraphy and Index Fossils The Backbone of Archaeological DatingAnd Index Fossils The MOBI #181 ever differentiated Rather common practice is to categorize them under the heading `stratigraphic excavation' This text distinguishes among the several techniues and argues that stratigraphic excavation tends to result in discontinuous measures of time a point little appreciated by modern archaeologists Although not as well known as stratigraphic excavation two other methods of relative dating have figured Stratigraphy and Index PDF #8608 important in Americanist archaeology seriation and the use of index fossils The latter like stratigraphic excavation measures time discontinuously while the former in various guises measur.