We count the types of musical recording methods found in each of our junkyard samples, and then work out the percentages.
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His worrying about where a pot came from and what period it dated to and what that meant to the other objects buried with it were light-years away from the ideas represented in this photo dated to 1800, in which "Egyptian pots" was considered enough information for the thinking man.
Petrie was a scientific archaeologist, probably close to our first example.
He assumed that the change in styles was an evolutionary one, and, if you could quantify that change, he surmised it might be used to indicate which cemeteries were older than others.
Petrie's notions about Egyptology, and archaeology in general, were revolutionary.
We don't have historical information about the junkyards--they were illegal dumping areas and no county records have been kept on them.
For a study we're doing on, say, the availability of music in rural locations during the 20th century, we'd like to know more about the deposits in these illicit junkyards.
You would expect a large number in one closed when 78s were popular and a small number again after 78s were replaced by a different technology.
You might find a small number of 78s for a long period after they were pretty much done.
Next, we break apart the bars and align them so that all of the same colored bars are positioned vertically next to the others.