This paper argues that although the lines that Collingwood drew between archaeology, history and philosophy are different to the lines that most would draw today – and although it would be inaccurate to term Collingwood an archaeological theorist – nonetheless, the seeds of archaeological theory are to be found in his work and in the work of certain of his contemporaries and predecessors.
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