A Practical Handbook of Archaeology : A Beginner's Guide to Unearthing the Past Hardback
This is a beginner's guide to unearthing the past. It is an invaluable tool for amateur archaeologists with 300 step-by-step photographs, maps and illustrations from excavations around the world.
This is the ultimate hands-on resource for new enthusiasts, students and volunteer archaeologists attending their first dig.
It is a practical and professional guidebook to every aspect of in-the-field archaeology.
It is packed with detailed illustrations and information to take you from beginner to advanced level.
It features how-to photographic sequences of field surveys and excavations, plus guidance on handling and recording finds.
It features step-by-step tuition and case studies to prepare student and amateur archaeologists for on-site experience.
This illustrated practical guide to archaeology is perfect for anyone with a passion for the past.
The varied techniques involved in planning and conducting an excavation are discussed in detail, from the initial non-invasive survey and site-walking through to processing and recording finds on site. You can learn how to locate buried archaeology through map regression and the study of aerial photographs; walk a site to sample the finds turned up by farming; or take part in a comprehensive site survey using the latest geophysical technology.
With over 300 photographs and illustrations, this is an invaluable practical handbook on fieldwork techniques.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 128 pages, over 300 photographs
- Publisher: Hermes House
- Publication Date: 01/12/2013
- Category: Archaeological methodology & techniques
- ISBN: 9780857232922