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*  Bioarchaeology
Osborne, Robin (2007). "Is Archaeology Equal to Equality". World Archaeology. 39 (2): 143-50. doi:10.1080/00438240701249447. ... as biological remains began to be analyzed earlier than in classical archaeology. Embodiment in archaeology Osteoarchaeology ... The Archaeology of Human Bones. 1998. Second ed. New York: Routledge, 2010. 2010. Humphrey, Louise T. Enamel Traces of Early ... The Archaeology of Human Bones. 1998. Second ed. New York: Routledge, 2010. Walker et al. 2009 "The Causes of Porotic ...
*  Kalibangan
Elements of Indian Archaeology, p.121. B.B. Lal 2002, The Sarasvati flows on Elements of Indian Archaeology, p.117. McIntosh, ... Elements of Indian Archaeology, p.117. This book gave exactly the same information, in almost same wording, which was later ... Page 114 Elements of Indian Archaeology, p.123. Kalibangan: Death from Natural Causes, by Raikes cf. The Homeland of Indo- ... New Traits of the Indus Civilization at Kalibangan: an Appraisal, in South Asian Archaeology 1971 (Noman Hammond Ed.), pp. 85- ...
*  Natufian culture
Blench R (2006) Archaeology, Language, and the African Past, Rowman Altamira, ISBN 0-7591-0466-2, ISBN 978-0-7591-0466-2, https ... Prior to the 1930s, the majority of archaeological work taking place in Palestine was biblical archaeology focused on historic ... In 1928, Garrod was invited by the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem (BSAJ) to excavate Shuqba cave, where prehistoric ... Roger Blench, Matthew Spriggs (2003). Archaeology and Language IV: Language Change and Cultural Transformation. p. 70. John A. ...
*  Archaeology of the Americas
The archaeology of the Americas is the study of the archaeology of North America (Mesoamerica included), Central America, South ... "Method and Theory in American Archaeology" (Digitised online by Questia Media). Gordon Willey and Philip Phillips. University ... as well as historical archaeology of more recent eras. The Pre-Columbian era is the term generally used to encompass all period ... to an enduring system established in Gordon Willey and Philip Phillips's 1958 book Method and Theory in American Archaeology. ...
*  Archaeology
... NPS Archeology Program: Visit Archeology (Archeology travel guides) Sri Lanka Archaeology - New Knowledge in ... Medieval archaeology), other thematic concern (e.g. maritime archaeology, landscape archaeology, battlefield archaeology), or a ... Further adaptation and innovation in archaeology continued in this period, when maritime archaeology and urban archaeology ... Archaeology Times , The top archaeology news from around the world Council for British Archaeology Estudio de Museología ...
*  Seriation (archaeology)
In archaeology, seriation is a relative dating method in which assemblages or artifacts from numerous sites, in the same ... Seriation is a standard method of dating in archaeology. It can be used to date stone tools, pottery fragments, and other ... 1997). Quantifying Archaeology. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 0-7486-0791-9. Brainerd, G.W. (1951). The place of ... American Antiquity 16, pp.293-301 Doran, J.E. and F.R. Hodson (1975). Mathematics and Computers in Archaeology. Edinburgh ...
*  Waterlogging (archaeology)
Conservation measures explain why wet archaeology costs around four times as much as dry archaeology. Renfrew, Collin (2008). ... In archaeology, waterlogging refers to the long-term exclusion of air by groundwater, which creates an anaerobic environment ... Barnes, Trevor (2004). Archaeology. Boston: Kingfisher. Lobell, Jarret (May-June 2010). "Clonycavan and Old Croghan Men". ... Ötzi is now displayed in Bolzano, Italy, in the South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology. Occasionally, waterlogged conditions can ...
*  Wheelhouse (archaeology)
Play media In archaeology, a wheelhouse is a prehistoric structure from the Iron Age found in Scotland. The term was first ... Armit, Ian, "Broch Building in Northern Scotland: The Context of Innovation" World Archaeology 21.3, Architectural Innovation ( ... Armit, Ian (February 1990). "Broch Building in Northern Scotland: The Context of Innovation". World Archaeology. London: ...
*  Horizon (archaeology)
In archaeology, the general meaning of horizon is a distinctive type of sediment, artifact, style or other cultural trait that ... In the archaeology of the Americas "Horizon" terminology, used as proper names, has become used for schemes of periodization of ... "Horizon". Archaeology Wordsmith. Retrieved 2016-04-22. Pool, p. 181. Anthony, p. 131. Daily Life in the Inca Empire, 2nd ... Olmec Archaeology and Early Mesoamerica. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-78882-3. David W. Anthony (2007 ...
*  Cognitive archaeology
... is a theoretical perspective in archaeology which focuses on the ways that ancient societies thought and ... Thus one can see Cognitive Archaeology as a development of Processual Archaeology in that the combination of material culture ... For example, a prehistoric bâton de commandement served an unknown purpose but using cognitive archaeology to interpret it ... This method attempts to avoid the pitfalls of Post-Processual Archaeology by retaining the 'scientific' aspects of Processual ...
*  Archaeology (magazine)
Archaeology is a bimonthly magazine for the general public, published by the Archaeological Institute of America. The institute ... "Archaeological magazines in Europe - and America: the Paestum experience". Current Archaeology. 1 December 2011. Retrieved 6 ... also publishes the professional American Journal of Archaeology. The editor-in-chief was Peter Young until 2011 when he was ...
*  Shang archaeology
History of Chinese archaeology Bagley, Robert (1999). "Shang archaeology". In Loewe, Michael; Shaughnessy, Edward L. The ... Shang archaeology is concerned with the archaeological evidence for the Shang dynasty. Choice of excavation sites and ... Excavations at Anyang resumed in 1950, under the auspices of a new Institute of Archaeology, and a permanent field station was ...
*  Environmental Archaeology
... (Print: ISSN 1461-4103, Online: ISSN 1749-6314) is an academic journal published by Maney Publishing ... on behalf of the Association for Environmental Archaeology. The journal was established in 1996. It is edited by Dr. Tim ...
*  Earthworks (archaeology)
In archaeology, earthworks are artificial changes in land level, typically made from piles of artificially placed or sculpted ... Darvill, Timothy (2008). Oxford Concise Dictionary of Archaeology, 2nd ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York, p. ... Feder, 54 Weisman, Brent (1995). "Crystal River: A Ceremonial Mound Center on the Florida Gulf Coast". Florida Archaeology. 8: ... Kidder, Tristram R.; Ortmann, Anthony L.; Arco, Lee J. (November 2008), "Poverty Point and the Archaeology of Singularity", ...
*  Greenstone (archaeology)
2004). Mesoamerican Archaeology: Theory and Practice. Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: ... Pool, Christopher A. (2007). Olmec Archaeology and Early Mesoamerica. Cambridge World Archaeology. Cambridge and New York: ... In archaeology therefore, having a loosely applied general term is at least partially influenced by the observation that ... Kipfer, Barbara Ann (2000). "Greenstone". Encyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. ...
*  Enclosure (archaeology)
Damerham Archaeology. "Damerham Archaeology Project , The Damerham Site". www.damerhamarchaeology.org. Retrieved 2016-09-18. ... In archaeology, an enclosure is one of the most common types of archaeological site. It is any area of land separated from ...
*  Media archaeology
... or archeology is a field that attempts to understand new and emerging media through close examination of the ... What Is Media Archaeology? Polity, 2012. Zielinski, Siegfried. Deep Time of the Media: Toward an Archaeology of Hearing and ... New media theorist Jussi Parikka defines media archaeology as follows: Media archaeology exists somewhere between materialist ... media archaeology is a method for doing media design and art. Huhtamo, Erkki. Media Archaeology: Approaches, Applications, and ...
*  Archaeology Today
Holtorf, Cornelius (2007). Archaeology is a Brand! The Meaning of Archaeology in Contemporary Popular Culture. Left Coast Press ... "Archaeology Today", recorded on 9 October 1970 and broadcast on 17 November 1970, was the 21st episode of the popular British ... This article can be related to the field and study of archaeology in many ways. As will be explained, it relates to the field ... As noted in Timothy Clack and Marcus Brittain's book Archaeology and the Media, in the clip one can see that both Roy and Hank ...
*  Southwestern archaeology
Tucson, Arizona: Archaeology Southwest. Miller, Myles R. and Kenmotsu, Nancy A. "Prehistory of the Mogollon and Eastern Trans- ... Indigenous peoples of North America portal Cordell, Linda S. and Maxine E. McBrinn 2012 Archaeology of the Southwest, 3rd ... Clark, Jeffery; Lyons, Patrick (2012). Migrants and Mounds: Classic Period Archaeology of the Lower San Pedro Valley. ...
*  Spit (archaeology)
... archaeology) Excavation Feature (archaeology) Fill (archaeology) Harris matrix Relationship (archaeology) Single context ... Hester, T.R.; R.F. Heizer; J.A. Graham (1975). Field Methods in Archaeology. Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield Publishing. Hole, F.; R.F ... In the field of archaeology, a spit is a unit of archaeological excavation with an arbitrarily assigned measurement of depth ... Wheeler, Mortimer (1954). Archaeology from the Earth. London: Oxford University Press. ...
*  Typology (archaeology)
Taxonomy Seriation (archaeology) Lithic analysis Doran, J.E.; Hodson, F.R. (1975). Mathematics and Computers in Archaeology. ... In archaeology a typology is the result of the classification of things according to their physical characteristics. The ... Hill, J.N.; Evans, R.K. (1972). "A model for classification and typology". In Clarke, D.L. Models in Archaeology. London: ... "Glossary of Archaeology Terms". www.wvculture.org. Retrieved 2016-03-09. "Functional Artifacts - Venipedia". www.venipedia.org ...
*  Tell (archaeology)
In archaeology, a tell, or tel (derived from Arabic: تَل‎, tall, 'hill' or 'mound'), is an artificial mound formed from the ... Tells are most commonly associated with the archaeology of the ancient Near East, but they are also found elsewhere, such as ... ISBN 0-550-10234-5. Archaeology of Palestine, Art of Excavating a Palestinian Mound, William Foxwell Albright, 1960, p. 16 ... MacDonald, Kevin C. (1997). "More forgotten tells of Mali: an archaeologist's journey from here to Timbuktu". Archaeology ...
*  Artifact (archaeology)
In archaeology, however, the word has become a term of particular nuance and is defined as: an object recovered by ... Essays in the Archaeology of Greater Mesopotamia; Malibu, Undena, 1977; cited in Serge Cleuziou, "Introduction", Objets et ... Journal of Field Archaeology. 18 (3): 345-361. doi:10.1179/009346991791548645. Artifact Collection at the Royal Military ...
*  Flotation (archaeology)
In archaeology, flotation or floatation is a method for recovering very small artefacts from excavated sediments. "Flotation ... Method in Archaeology". About.com Education. Retrieved 2017-01-08. ...
*  Industry (archaeology)
Play media In the archaeology of the Stone Age, an industry or technocomplex is a typological classification of stone tools. It ... Clarke, David (1978). Analytical Archaeology (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Columbia University Press. pp. 372-373. ISBN 0231046308. ... is not to be confused with industrial archaeology, which concentrates on industrial sites from more recent periods. An industry ...