Archaeology: Basic Field Methods

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Kendall Hunt, 2002 - Social Science - 400 pages
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From preface: This book introduces field methods and the decision-making process with simple language. It provides a basis for understanding the links between the nature of archaeological evidence and the recognition of that evidence in the field, and the techniques involved in the search for, and recovery of, archaeological evidence in context.
 

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Contents
8
Chapter 2
18
Cultural and Historical Background
55
Land Use History
67
Landowner and Informant Interviews
80
Chapter 6
101
hjapter 7
161
Appendix 1
333
Appendix
342
Appendix 5
356
Bibliography
369
Index
385
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