|This is definitely a "duck" says John Hooker, |
following Cyril Fox. Could be a spoonbill
though, couldn't it? Or just an imaginary creature.
Anything I said about his misunderstanding what contextual archaeology and archaeological context are is water off a (shoveller) duck's back to him. But nevertheless that, and not his unfocussed and introductory speculations about the belief systems of any La Tene (sic) elite was the topic of my comments here. But then his failure to address the points I made about what he initially wrote simply leaves him once again unable to justify a single element of his attempted deconstruction of archaeological methodology.
Vignette: Torres duck after Wikipedia.