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Rather than focusing solely on the heritage of the Ottoman elite, in an Ottoman archaeology we potentially can find a new methodology to focus on the lives of women as well as the men of the past; the lower as well as the upper classes; ethnic and religious groups; the urban poor; the peasantry; and the nomads. Rather than contribute to the silencing of voices, archaeology could provide insights into the people and social processes of the last several centuries. We follow those archaeologists who wish to hear some of those other voices from the past.