Putting Archaeology to Work in Fantasy Fiction

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Putting Archaeology to Work in Fantasy Fiction

Message par jerome » jeu. sept. 28, 2017 10:39 pm

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“Getting the archaeology right” doesn’t actually matter that much when it comes to fantasy. The fact is, when it comes to secondary worlds, a lot of the absolutely basic assumptions don’t make any sense. Why are there people in this world, whose history—whose natural history—is so different from ours? If dragons and elder gods and all that were around for hundreds of thousands of years, why are the horses and carrots and stews and pie in that world exactly the same as ours?
Jérôme
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