Techniques of Archaeological Excavation By Philip Barker
Techniques of Archaeological Excavation
by Philip Barker
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This text has been written by an experienced excavator about the inadequacies of excavation techniques and the possible ways of refining them and should serve as a valuable introduction to the subtleties and spirit of modern archaeology.
The development of excavation techniques; fieldwork; problems and strategies; the processes of excavation; the soil; rescue and salvage excavation; analysis, recognizing and recording the evidence; the recording of pottery and small finds; the interpretation of the evidence; scientific aids; synthesis - the history of the site; publication - an obligation; the theoretical reconstruction of buildings.
Techniques of Archaeological Excavation by Philip Barker
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