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The Archaeology Coursebook An Introduction to Study Skills, Topics and Methods

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By: Jim Grant, Sam Gorin and Neil Fleming
352 pages, 80 b/w photos, 80 line illus
Publisher: Routledge
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Undergraduate textbook designed to introduce the most commonly examined archaeological methods, concepts and themes for those individuals studying this field for the first time.

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Textbook
By: Jim Grant, Sam Gorin and Neil Fleming
352 pages, 80 b/w photos, 80 line illus
Publisher: Routledge
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