Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice
Written by the leading authors Colin Renfrew and Paul Bahn, "Archaeology: The Key Concepts" is an invaluable resource, providing an up-to-date and comprehensive survey of the key terms and their impact on archaeological thinking and method.
- Thinking about landscape
- Archaeology of cult and religion
- Cultural evolution
- Concepts of time
- Urban societies
- The Antiquity of Man
- Archaeology of gender
- Feminist archaeology
- Experimental archaeology
- Multiregional evolution
Each entry offers a definition of the term, explaining its origin and development, as well as a guide to further reading and extensive cross-referencing. This book is a superb guide for anyone studying or teaching the subject or with an interest in archaeology.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - orak100 - LibraryThing
Like most, this book was recommended reading on my undergrad degree. I used it many times as a reference work, both during uni and in the field. It is easy to read and accessible for anyone with an interest in archaeological practice. Highly recommended for anyone wishing to study archaeology. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - PammieJR - LibraryThing
I know I bought this book with the grand scheme of reading it before I started grad school in Anthropology. I bought it in 1996, I am embarrassed to say, I have never read it. Read full review
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