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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Possible Sources of Archaeological evidence for ethnicity There are, however, some domains where the presence of individuals or groups of foreign origin is more likely to have left archaeological traces.\n \nFunerary Practices\n \nFunerary custom is a domain, as so many ethnographic studies show, often closely linked in traditional societies to religious belief and cult practices, to ideas and&nbsp;rituals embedded deeply enough in the group sense of identity that they can long&nbsp;survive uprooting from the original environment. Even when that environment&nbsp;was polytheistic, and the migrants entered a Christian world,1026 groups preserved&nbsp;older funerary customs, albeit shifting their meaning more toward affirmation of&nbsp;social status, it seems, as the group moved toward conversion. Nonetheless, we&nbsp;should not draw too fixed a line between barbarian and Roman funerary custom in&nbsp;late antique Gaul. For example, the decorated military belt-sets found so widely&nbsp;in nor') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Possible Sources of Archaeological evidence for ethnicity There are, however, some domains where the presence of individuals or groups of foreign origin is more likely to have left archaeological traces.\n \nFunerary Practices\n \nFunerary custom is a domain, as so many ethnographic studies show, often closely linked in traditional societies to religious belief and cult practices, to ideas and&nbsp;rituals embedded deeply enough in the group sense of identity that they can long&nbsp;survive uprooting from the original environment. Even when that environment&nbsp;was polytheistic, and the migrants entered a Christian world,1026 groups preserved&nbsp;older funerary customs, albeit shifting their meaning more toward affirmation of&nbsp;social status, it seems, as the group moved toward conversion. Nonetheless, we&nbsp;should not draw too fixed a line between barbarian and Roman funerary custom in&nbsp;late antique Gaul. For example, the decorated military belt-sets found so widely&nbsp;in nor') AND id != 59813 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 00:39:46' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5