Category: Archaeology


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Aztec Templo Mayor

By: Antonio Serrato-Combe

Price: $35.01

Publisher: University of Utah Press: December 2001

Seller ID: 41970

ISBN: 0874806909

Condition: New

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Eyewitness to Discovery First Person

By: Brian Fagan

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Oxford Univ Press: January 1753

Seller ID: 24060

ISBN: 0965057348

Condition: Used - Good

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External Relations of Early Iron Age Crete 1100-600 BC (Monographs (Archaeological Institute of America), New Ser. No. 4.)

By: Donald W. Jones

Price: $12.01

Publisher: Archaeological Institute of America: December 2000

Seller ID: 41274

ISBN: 0787271837

Condition: Used - Very Good

Based on a catalogue of foreign' artefacts found at 33 sites in Crete and Cretan artefacts found beyond the island, Jones presents a detailed examination of the extent of foreign influence in Iron Age Crete and the role of commercial trade in the distribution of artefacts. Sections also examine the archaeological evidence for shipping, including the location of harbours, the extent of piracy, the social significance of gift exchange and the meaning of the artefacts thems... View more info

Samothrace Volume 5; The Temenos: Part 1: Text

By: Karl et al. Denys; Lehmann Phyllis Williams; SpittleLehmann

Price: $135.01

Publisher: Princeton University/Bollingen: January 1982

Seller ID: 38593


Condition: Used - Very Good

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Archaeology: Discovering Our Past

By: Robert J. Sharer, Wendy Ashmore

Price: $7.00

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Langua: October 1992

Edition: 2

Seller ID: 46091

ISBN: 155934041X

Condition: Used - Good

This introductory text surveys the techniques, methods and theoretical frameworks of contemporary archaeology. Coverage of method and theory resides in the context of an ideal research plan to explain what archaeologists do, how they conduct research, and how they use the results to construct our past. Integration of traditional and recent innovative approaches to archaeology provides a balanced scientific and humanistic perspective. View more info