From Concepts of the Past to Practical Strategies: The Teaching of Archaeological Field Techniques
Saffron Books, 2007 - Antiquities, Prehistoric - 348 pages
Although most definitions of archaeology would specify excavation and fieldwork as the core of archaeological enquiry, this book undertakes a comparative assessment of how such techniques are taught to university students in different parts of the world. It is suitable for students of archaeology and heritage management, and historians.
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