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Field archaeology

Ordnance Survey

Field archaeology

some notes for beginners issued by the Ordnance Survey.

by Ordnance Survey

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Published by H.M.S.O .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed.1932.

SeriesOrdnance Survey professional papers,new series;no.13
The Physical Object
Pagination68p.,ill.,25cm
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18756237M

He has written extensively on the topic, including one monograph, an edited book, several book chapters, and articles in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, American Antiquity, Kiva, Journal of Field Archaeology, and Journal of Archaeological Research. Cambridge Manuals in Archaeology are reference handbooks designed for an international audience of professional archaeologists and archaeological scientists in universities, museums, research laboratories, field units and the public service.

'In a time of uncertainty in the profession, it’s refreshing to read a book that puts archaeology in the context of the best field practice This is an optimistic book, with an upbeat, breezy style that reviews all the major field techniques from the formation of deposits and how to find sites, through how to record them to postexcavation. This page, 5-mm-grid notebook, prepared by the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, is indispensable for the student or professional practitioner of field archaeology. It features: acid-free paper cm scales on the inside of front and back cover Singer-sewn binding and cloth-tape spine for durability.

Bucket Auger In situations where an archaeological site is buried deep beneath the surface due to floodplain situations a bucket auger is necessary. A bucket auger may be lowered up to 21 feet using long sections of pipe to reach an archaeological site. Caution Tape / Survey Tape Caution Tape, or barrier tape is colored tape which is brightly Continue Reading. The Past in the Present: An Introduction to Archaeology is an introductory text on archaeology as a profession. While the authors use numerous examples of archaeological research throughout the world to illustrate how and why archaeologists perform research, this is not just a book about past societies.


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