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Site Research for Detectorists Fieldwalkers and Archaeologists

Site Research for Detectorists  Fieldwalkers and Archaeologists Author David Villanueva
ISBN-10 1897738285
Release 2006
Pages 157
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Archaeology

Archaeology Author Paul Wilkinson
ISBN-10 1905739001
Release 2007
Pages 104
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"This book has been written to be used by newcomers to archaeology in the field and explains the techniques and methods that will help you to understand and record the past." -- back cover.



The Archaeology of Mesopotamia

The Archaeology of Mesopotamia Author Roger Matthews
ISBN-10 0415253179
Release 2003
Pages 253
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The only critical guide to the theory and method of Mesopotamian archaeology, this innovative volume evaluates the theories, methods, approaches and history of Mesopotamian archaeology from its origins in the nineteenth century up to the present day. Ancient Mesopotamia (modern Iraq), was the original site of many of the major developments in human history, such as farming, the rise of urban literate societies and the first great empires of Akkad, Babylonia and Assyria. Dr. Matthews places the discipline within its historical and social context, and explains how archaeologists conduct their research through excavation, survey and other methods. In four fundamental chapters, he uses illustrated case-studies to show how archaeologists have approached central themes such as: * the shift from hunting to farming * complex societies * empires and imperialism * everyday life. This will be both an ideal introductory work and useful as background reading on a wide range of courses.



Yorkshire Archaeological Journal

Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105123834330
Release 2006
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The Shapwick Project Somerset

The Shapwick Project  Somerset Author Christopher M. Gerrard
ISBN-10 1905981864
Release 2007
Pages 1047
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The Shapwick Project, undertaken between 1989-99 is one of the most detailed studies of a single medieval settlement and its landscape. A principal aim of the project was to examine processes of nucleation, a current hot topic in medieval archaeology. This massive volume represents the final report from the project. It contains sections on methodology, on the various surveys undertaken (historical, architectural, archaeological and ecological), on the excavations themselves and on the finds, both material and environmental. The conclusions chart the development of settlement patterns at Shapwick from prehistory to the present day.



Bosworth 1485

Bosworth 1485 Author Glenn Foard
ISBN-10 9781782971788
Release 2013-08-22
Pages 264
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Bosworth stands alongside Naseby and Hastings as one of the three most iconic battles ever fought on English soil. The action on 22 August 1485 brought to an end the dynastic struggle known as the Wars of the Roses and heralded the dawn of the Tudor dynasty. However, Bosworth was also the most famous lost battlefield in England. Between 2005 and 2010, the techniques of battlefield archaeology were used in a major research programme to locate the site. Bosworth 1485: a battlefield rediscovered is the result. Using data from historical documents, landscape archaeology, metal detecting survey, ballistics and scientific analysis, the volume explores each aspect of the investigation _ from the size of the armies, their weaponry, and the battlefield terrain to exciting new evidence of the early use of artillery _ in order to identify where and how the fighting took place. Bosworth 1485 provides a fascinating and intricately researched new perspective on the event which, perhaps more than any other, marked the transition between medieval and early modern England.



Essex Archaeology and History

Essex Archaeology and History Author
ISBN-10 UVA:X030159159
Release 2004
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Towards a Research Agenda for Welsh Archaeology

Towards a Research Agenda for Welsh Archaeology Author C. S. Briggs
ISBN-10 UOM:39015052659441
Release 2003-01
Pages 224
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Some people have been calling for a national strategy for Welsh archaeology for some time now and it seems that the meeting from which this volume derives has already had a positive effect to that end. These 24 papers that form the Proceedings of the IFA Wales/Cymru Conference, held at Aberystwyth in 2001, reflect the `open forum' debates on issues of research strategies and policy, as well as presenting thematic papers on particular periods and/or approaches to Welsh archaeology. The overall aim is to bring together commercial, curatorial, academic and amateur interests and encourage co-operation and consultation between all parties.



The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine

The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015082806707
Release 2008
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Hampshire Studies

Hampshire Studies Author
ISBN-10 UVA:X006039406
Release 1998
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Current Archaeology

Current Archaeology Author
ISBN-10 NWU:35556039813407
Release 2009
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Interpreting the ambiguous

Interpreting the ambiguous Author Paul Frodsham
ISBN-10 UOM:39015053029024
Release 2004
Pages 116
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This volume presents thirteen papers, from a session of the IFA conference held in Newcastle upon Tyne in 2001, which aim to bring archaeologists and environmentalists closer together. They also explore contacts between archaeologists and the public, and the relationship between the discovery of archaeological data and its interpretation through a number of British case studies, most of which are prehistoric in date. Subjects include: the archaeological landscape; the presentation of the past to the public; interpreting the Palaeolithic archaeology of Creswell Crags; archaeology, interpretation and the National Trust at Avebury; the Maelmin Heritage Trail; the use of theatre groups in public interpretation of prehistory; public access and interpetation on a developer-funded excavation at Braehead, Glasgow; interpreting the Iron Age at Castell Henllys; reconstructing Roman London; interpreting historic narrowboats in the Working Boats Project; the reasons for archaeological interpretation and its future.



East Anglian Archaeology

East Anglian Archaeology Author
ISBN-10 0860552470
Release 1998
Pages 112
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Early Deira

Early Deira Author Helen Geake
ISBN-10 1900188902
Release 2000
Pages 140
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This text is based on a meeting of the University of York Archaeological Society in 1995.



Records of Buckinghamshire

Records of Buckinghamshire Author Architectural and Archaeological Society for the County of Buckingham
ISBN-10 UCLA:L0070819917
Release 1991
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The Portable Antiquities Scheme and Roman Britain

The Portable Antiquities Scheme and Roman Britain Author Tom Brindle
ISBN-10 0861591968
Release 2014
Pages 146
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The Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) is a project run by the British Museum which encourages the voluntary reporting of archaeological artefacts discovered by members of the public in England and Wales, particularly metal detector users. Finds are recorded onto a database (available at www.finds.org.uk), and this resource now holds records for over 800,000 archaeological objects, a figure which increases on a daily basis. Since its establishment in 1997, it has become a key resource for archaeological researchers. Around 40 per cent of the artefacts recorded on the database are of Roman date, and the principal aim of this book is to assess the contribution that this resource can make to our understanding of Roman Britain. Bringing together vast quantities of seemingly random finds scattered across the English and Welsh countryside, Tom Brindle brings order to this data by showing how it can be used to indicate the presence of 240 previously unknown Roman sites. These sites are presented within a series of regional case studies which discuss important new sites as well as statistics that contribute significantly to the understanding of the density of settlement in rural Roman Britain.



Reading Tidal Rivers

Reading Tidal Rivers Author Edward Fletcher
ISBN-10 1897738080
Release 2002
Pages 81
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