Provenience

Pertaining to the origin or source of an artifact, typically the geographic location from which the artifact was found. The three-dimensional location of an artifact or feature within an archaeological site, measured by two horizontal dimensions, and a vertical elevation.

provenience

The three_dimensional location of an artifact or feature within an archaeological site, measured by two horizontal dimensions, and a vertical elevation.
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Provenience

• (n.) Origin; source; place where found or produced; provenance; -- used esp. in the fine arts and in archaeology; as, the provenience of a patera.
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Provenience

Pro·ve'ni·ence noun [ Latin proveniens , -entis , p.pr. of provenire to come forth; pro forth + venire to come.] Origin; source; place where found or produced; provenance; -- used esp. in the fine arts and in archæology; as, the provenience of a patera.
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