Wheel in the sky

In my e-mail this morning from Marco Langbroek:

Dear colleagues and friends,
It is my pleasure to announce that, a year after (206241) Dubois, another prominent person from the world of Archaeology and Palaeoanthropology, and another personal hero of mine, has been immortalized in the sky by the International Astronomical Union (IAU).
Minor Planet Circular #70411 (27 May 2010) issued by the IAU's Minor Planet Center at Harvard, contains the following naming citation for asteroid (213629):
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(213629) Binford = 2002 QK67
Discovered 2002 Aug. 26 by NEAT at Palomar. Lewis R. Binford (b. 1930) is an American archaeologist and anthropologist. He was one of the main figures behind the development of the New Archaeology or Processual Archaeology, the major theoretical and methodological improvements to archaeology taking place during the 1960s to 1980s.