Geoarchaeology: The Earth-science Approach to Archaeological Interpretation
Yale University Press, 1998 - Science - 274 pages
This comprehensive textbook offers an integrated approach to geoarchaeology - the direct use of geologic concepts, methods and knowledge to solve archaeological problems and interpret archaeological records. George (Rip) Rapp, Jr. and Christopher Hill frame geologic concepts within an archaeological context, offering specific examples that demonstrate how geologic methods can be used to interpret the human past.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - hlselz - LibraryThing
Had to read it for school. Very intense, but not very helpful as a field guide. Read full review