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. Each book includes a survey of current archaeological practice alongside essential reference material on contemporary techniques and methodology.
General Editor: Graeme Barker, University of Cambridge
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