Archaeology: The Basics
Psychology Press, 2001 - 239 pages
From archaeological jargon to interpretation, Archaeology: The Basics provides an invaluable overview of a fascinating subject and probes the depths of this increasingly popular discipline, presenting critical approaches to the understanding of our past.
Lively and engaging, Archaeology: The Basics fires the archaeological imagination whilst tackling such questions as:
This ultimate guide for all new and would-be archaeologists, whether they are students or interested amateurs, will prove an invaluable introduction to this wonderfully infectious discipline.
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