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The Oxford Handbook of Archaeology

By: Cunliffe, Barry(Edited by) Gosden, Chris(Edited by) Joyce, Rosemary A.(Edited by)

Part of the Oxford handbooks series
0198855206 / 9780198855200
Paperback / softback
930.1
14/05/2020
Published 14/05/2020
United Kingdom
171 x 246 mm 1184 pages, 104 line drawings, 61 halftones
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Archaeology is a vast subject - it is the study of human society everywhere in the world, from distant human origins 3-4 million years ago up to the present day.

The Oxford Handbook of Archaeology brings together 35 authors - all specialists in their own fields - to explain what archaeology is really about.

This is one of the most comprehensive treatments of the subject and of the key debates ever attempted.

It is designed to open up the world of archaeologyto non-specialists and to provide an essential starting point for those who want to pursue particular topics in more depth.

BIC:

HDA Archaeological theory, HDD Archaeology by period / region, HDP Environmental archaeology, HDW Archaeological science, methodology & techniques

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