Stanley A. South (February 2, 1928 - March 20, 2016) was 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. Additionally, South participated in the excavation and research of a number of historic sites throughout North and South Carolina, including Charles Towne Landing (SC), Brunswick Town, North Carolina, Bethabara (near Winston-Salem, NC), the John Bartlam site at Cain Hoy (SC), and Santa Elena (near Beaufort, SC), as well as Fort Dobbs and the Fayetteville Arsenal.

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  • Stanley A. South (February 2, 1928 - March 20, 2016) was 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. Additionally, South participated in the excavation and research of a number of historic sites throughout North and South Carolina, including Charles Towne Landing (SC), Brunswick Town, North Carolina, Bethabara (near Winston-Salem, NC), the John Bartlam site at Cain Hoy (SC), and Santa Elena (near Beaufort, SC), as well as Fort Dobbs and the Fayetteville Arsenal. Stanley South was an important pioneer of the theoretical background of Historical archaeology. He first worked as state archaeologist in North Carolina and became 1969 professor at the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology / University of South Carolina. (en)
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  • A Study of the Prehistory of the Roanoke Rapids Basin
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  • Stanley A. South (February 2, 1928 - March 20, 2016) was 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. Additionally, South participated in the excavation and research of a number of historic sites throughout North and South Carolina, including Charles Towne Landing (SC), Brunswick Town, North Carolina, Bethabara (near Winston-Salem, NC), the John Bartlam site at Cain Hoy (SC), and Santa Elena (near Beaufort, SC), as well as Fort Dobbs and the Fayetteville Arsenal. (en)
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