Stanley South

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Stanley South is an American archaeologist who was a major proponent of the processual archaeology movement. South's major contributions to archaeology deal in helping to legitimize it as a more scientific endeavor.[1] Additionally, South participated in the excavation and research of a number of historic sites throughout North and South Carolina, including Fort Dobbs] and the Fayetteville Arsenal].[2]


  1. ^ Orser, Charles E. (2004). Race and practice in archaeological interpretation. University of Pennsylvania Press. p. 14. ISBN 978-0-8122-3750-4. 
  2. ^ Stanley A. South, An Archaeological Evolution (Springer, 2005), pp. 191-92