Handbook of Archaeological Methods, Volume 1

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Herbert D. G. Maschner, Christopher Chippindale
Rowman Altamira, 2005 - Social Science - 1469 pages
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An introduction to the handbook of archaeological methods / by Herbert D.G. Maschner -- Short history of archaeological methods, 1870 to 1960 / by Brian Fagan -- Logistics of fieldwork and collecting field data / by John M. Steinberg -- Archaeological survey / by Brian Leigh Molyneaux -- Excavation / by Michael A. Glassow -- Sequence and stratigraphy / by Barbara J. Mills and Rafael Vega-Centeno -- Ethnoarchaeology / by John W. Arthur and Kathryn J. Weedman -- Maritime archaeology / by Mark A. Feulner and J. Barto Arnold III -- Radiocarbon dating / by Paul B. Pettitt -- Other dating techniques / by Alistair W.G. Pike and Paul B. Pettitt -- Geographic information systems / by Mark Gillings and David Wheatley -- Terrestrial remote sensing in archaeology / by Kenneth L. Kvamme -- Archaeological chemistry / by Joseph B. Lambert -- Statistics for archaeology / by Mark Aldenderfer -- Systems and simulacra : modelling, simulation, and archaeological interpretation / by James McGlade -- Experimental archaeology / by Izumi Shimada -- Reflexive methods / by Ian Hodder -- Pottery / by Carl Knappett -- Lithic studies / by William Andrefsky Jr. -- Paleoethnobotanical methods and applications / by Gayle J. Fritz -- Zooarchaeology / by R. Lee Lyman -- Bioarchaeological methods / by Michele R. Buzon ... [et al.] -- Rock art analysis / by David S. Whitley and Lawrence L. Loendorf -- Demography / by Richard R. Paine -- Geoarchaeology / by Christopher L. Hill -- Craft production / by Cathy Lynne Costin -- Historical archaeology / by Kenneth G. Kelly -- Trade and exchange / by Marilyn A. Masson -- Regional analysis in archaeology / by John Kantner -- Managing archaeological resources / by Francis P. McManamon -- Curation of data / by W. Fredrick Limp -- Funding archaeological research / by Michael Love -- Colleagues, talking, writing, publishing / by Christopher Chippindale -- Working with and working for indigenous communities / by Joe Watkins and T.J. Ferguson.
 

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Herbert D.G. Maschner is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Idaho State University. Christopher Chippindale is curator for British collections at the Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, and a research professor in Archaeology there, as well as the former editor of the journal Antiquity.

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