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In this sense, archaeology can be described as a daily practice of materialisation to affirm identity and existence.
Archaeology is a materialisation of the attempt of humans to cope with their own existential awareness in order to affirm their own experiences.
This situation is important for archaeology because often artefacts and their corresponding representations in souvenirs and postcards become the commodified materialisation of heritage.