Encyclopedic Dictionary of Archaeology
Springer Science & Business Media, 2000 M04 30 - 708 pages
A modern, comprehensive compilation of more than 7,000 entries covering themes, concepts, and discoveries in archaeology written in nontechnical language and tailored to meet the needs of professionals, students and general readers. The main subject areas include artifacts; branches of archaeology, chronology; culture; features; flora and fauna; geography; geology; language; people; related fields; sites; structures; techniques and methods; terms and theories; and tools.
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America Anatolia ancient animals appeared archaeological artifacts associated Assyria Aurignacian axes became bone Bronze Age buildings built burial capital cave central century BC clay coast complex contained copper culture dating decorated deposits developed Dynasty earliest early east eastern Egypt Egyptian Empire especially Europe evidence examples excavated flake grave Greek houses human important industry Iron Age island Italy king kingdom known land Late later levels major material metal method Middle millennium BC mound Neolithic northern objects occupation origin painted Palaeolithic period Persian phase Pleistocene points pottery probably produced record region remains River rock Roman settlement similar southern stone structure style surface technique temple term tion tombs town trade tradition Upper usually Valley walls ware western