Archaeology: Basic Field Methods
Kendall Hunt, 2002 - 400 من الصفحات
Archaeology: Basic Field Methods introduces archaeological field methods and provides a basis for understanding the links between the nature of archaeological evidence, the recognition of that evidence in the field, and the techniques involved in the search for and recovery of archaeological evidence in a variety of settings.
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