Handbook of Archaeological Methods, Volume 1
Herbert D. G. Maschner, Christopher Chippindale
Rowman Altamira, 2005 - Social Science - 1469 pages
The Handbook of Archaeological Methods comprises 37 articles by leading archaeologists on the key methods used by archaeologists in the field, in analysis, in theory building, and in managing cultural resources. The book is destined to become the key reference work for archaeologists and their advanced students on contemporary archaeological methods.
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