The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology

The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology

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COMPREHENSIVE, AUTHORITATIVE, AND ACCESSIBLE. IDEAL FOR BOTH PROFESSIONAL AND AMATEUR ARCHAEOLOGISTS.With over 4,000 entries covering the essential vocabulary for everyday archaeological work in the English language, this up-to-date dictionary is the most wide-ranging and comprehensive of its kind. There is coverage of principles, theories, techniques, artefacts, materials, people, places,monuments, equipment, and descriptive terms - from amphora to ziggurat, and Beaker Culture to molluscan analysis.The dictionary focuses especially on Europe, the Old World, and the Americas, and covers legislation relating to the United Kingdom and the USA. The archaeology of a selection of key sites from around the world is also described.A quick reference section of maps and tables provides an easy way to rapidly locate information on the main chronological periods and traditions, international conventions, and stratigraphic subdivisions.Written by a leading authority, the dictionary's detailed but clear entries provide an essential reference source for students, teachers, professionals, and enthusiasts alike.
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003
Edition: 2nd rev. ed
ISBN: 9780192800053
0192800051
Branch Call Number: REF 930.103 DARV
Characteristics: x, 506 p. : maps ; 20 cm

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