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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Archaeological Perspectives Australian archaeologist V. Gordon Childe adopted German archaeologist Gustaf Kossina’s definition of&nbsp;an archaeological culture, but not its racist connotations. In 1929, Childe stated that a culture was manifest archaeologically as a set of artifacts that occurred&nbsp;more or less completely at multiple sites. According&nbsp;to Childe, archaeologists assume that a complex of&nbsp;regularly associated artifact types is the material&nbsp;expression of a people. Discipline-wide use of this&nbsp;definition of an archaeological culture is sometimes&nbsp;said to mark the birth of cultural archaeology - the&nbsp;study of prehistoric cultures - and a shift from an&nbsp;antiquarian or natural historian kind of archaeology&nbsp;focusing on artifacts merely as curious anthropogenic&nbsp;phenomena. Childe’s definition was, however, not&nbsp;unique; a similar one existed in North America. In&nbsp;the Old World, archaeologists were studying the (pre)&nbsp;history o') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Archaeological Perspectives Australian archaeologist V. Gordon Childe adopted German archaeologist Gustaf Kossina’s definition of&nbsp;an archaeological culture, but not its racist connotations. In 1929, Childe stated that a culture was manifest archaeologically as a set of artifacts that occurred&nbsp;more or less completely at multiple sites. According&nbsp;to Childe, archaeologists assume that a complex of&nbsp;regularly associated artifact types is the material&nbsp;expression of a people. Discipline-wide use of this&nbsp;definition of an archaeological culture is sometimes&nbsp;said to mark the birth of cultural archaeology - the&nbsp;study of prehistoric cultures - and a shift from an&nbsp;antiquarian or natural historian kind of archaeology&nbsp;focusing on artifacts merely as curious anthropogenic&nbsp;phenomena. Childe’s definition was, however, not&nbsp;unique; a similar one existed in North America. In&nbsp;the Old World, archaeologists were studying the (pre)&nbsp;history o') AND id != 90164 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-16 06:49:35' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5