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Archaeology: All That Matters By John Manley

Archaeology: All That Matters

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What can archaeology teach us about the past?

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Archaeology: All That Matters by John Manley

- When did archaeology begin?
- Who were the first antiquarians in early modern Europe?
- How did archaeology free human history from biblical creationism?
- How did archaeology become a pseudo-scientific discipline?
- Who built the first museum?

Leading expert Dr John Manley starts by dealing with the processes and techniques used by archaeologists, in the past and today. He then uses the results of famous archaeological studies both to illustrate the power of archaeology, and to show specifically what archaeology has taught us about Roman, Egyptian, ancient, and surprisingly recent, history. In an exciting final chapter, Manley wonders how archaeology may adapt over time, exploring how the archaeologists of the future may examine our own era.

Ideal for students or for general reading, this book delivers a thorough and comprehensive introduction to archaeology.

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About John Manley

John Manley is an archaeologist, historian and social anthropologist. He is best known for discovering a new Roman building near Bishburne Roman Palace in Chichester, and for advancing the theory that the Roman invasion of Britain landed in West Sussex rather than Kent.

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Archaeology: All That Matters by John Manley
John Manley
All That Matters
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