CC165 .R46 2000
New York : Thames and Hudson, 2000.
Widely praised for its comprehensive coverage, excellent graphics and well-organized layout, this invaluable introduction for students and enthusiasts of archaeology has been expanded to incorporate all the latest developments.
LibraryThing member orak100
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.
LibraryThing member PammieJR
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.
LibraryThing member mms
My favorite reference!
LibraryThing member Plinius
Serious, comprehensive, wide ranging, illuminating. I learned a lot.
640 p.; 23 cm
0500281475 / 9780500281475
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