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Drawing Lithic Artefacts

Author : Yannick Raczynski-Henk
ISBN : 9088905304
Genre : Archaeological illustration
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With a little perseverance anyone can learn how to make lithic artefact drawings. This book is a concise how-to guide.
Category: Archaeological illustration

Classification Of Lithic Artefacts From The British Late Glacial And Holocene Periods

Author : Torben Bjarke Ballin
ISBN : 9781789698701
Genre : Social Science
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This volume offers a system for the hierarchical classification of British lithic artefacts from the Late Glacial and Holocene periods, and it is hoped that it may find use as a guide book for, for example, archaeology students, museum staff, non-specialist archaeologists, local archaeology groups and lay enthusiasts.
Category: Social Science

Archaeological Illustration

Author : Lesley Adkins
ISBN : 0521354781
Genre : Art
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This volume, originally published in 1989, is intended as a practical guide to archaeological illustration, from drawing finds in the field to technical studio drawing for publication. It is also an invaluable reference tool for the interpretation of illustrations and their status as archaeological evidence. The book's ten chapters start from first principles and guide the illustrator through the historical development of archaeological illustration and basic skills. Each chapter then deals with a different illustrative technique - drawing in the field during survey work and excavation, drawing artefacts, buildings and reconstructions, producing artwork for publication and the early uses of computer graphics. Information about appropriate equipment, as well as a guide to manufacturers, is also supplied. An obvious and important feature of Archaeological Illustration is the 120 line drawings and half-tones which show the right - and the wrong - way of producing drawings. This volume will therefore be of interest to amateur and professional archaeologists alike.
Category: Art

The Northernmost Ruins Of The Globe

Author : Bjarne Grønnow
ISBN : 8763512629
Genre : Dansk Pearyland ekspedition
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An important part of the heritage of Count Eigil Knuth (1903-1996) is his archaeological archive contaning contextual information on prehistoric sites gathered during six decades of research in High Arctic Greenland. The finds and observations are a key to the understanding of human life under extreme conditions in a long-term perspective and represent a unique piece of evidence concerning the early cultural history of the Eastern Arctic. Knuth's expeditions from 1932 to 1995 took him to Greenland and Canada, in particular High Arctic Greenland. In a number of important articles Knuth published the findings dating back to the earliest human settlement in Greenland. However, he never managed to present the complete body of information and results from his many investigations. The present authors have thus compiled a computer database on the basis on his archive, which constitutes the starting point of the present book. The book focuses on Knuth's most substantial contribution to archaeology: the prehistory of Peary Land and adjacent areas. In the catalog, emphasis has been placed on topographical and architectural information, site structure, artefact statistics and radiocarbon dates. A total of 154 archaeological sites are presented. Fifty-one sites with a total of 244 features are Independence I sites (c. 2460-1860 cal. BC), twenty-three sites with a total of 416 features belong to Independence II (c. 900-400 cal. BC) and sixty-three sites with a total of 626 features are of Thule origin (c. 1400-1500 ca. AD). This study presents some new information on the faunal material from Peary Land based on Christyann Darwent's recent analyses as well as new data on the dwelling features on the Adam C. Knuth Site, which was visited by a multidisciplinary team in 2001. It also offers an introduction presenting an overview and evaluation of Knuth's remarkable curriculum vitae as an independent arctic archaeologist. In the concluding chapters some basic statistics on the archaeological sites are presented. We evaluate Knuth's radiocarbon datings of the Independence I, Independence II and Thule cultures in High Arctic Greenland, and settlement distributions and settlement patterns for the three cultures represented in Peary Land are discussed.
Category: Dansk Pearyland ekspedition

Aesthetics On The Edge

Author : Dominic McIver Lopes
ISBN : 9780198796657
Genre : Art
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This book proposes a new methodology for aesthetics, where problems in philosophy are addressed by examining how aesthetic phenomena are understood in the human sciences. Lopes then puts the methodology to work, illuminating the perceptual and social-pragmatic capacities involved in responding to works of visual art, literature, and music.
Category: Art

Kinetic Landscapes

Author : Bleda S. Düring
ISBN : 9783110437324
Genre : History
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This book presents the results of the Cide Archaeological Project, an archaeological surface survey undertaken between 2009 - 2011 in the coastal Black Sea district of Cide and the adjacent inland district of Senpazar, Kastamonu province, Turkey.
Category: History

New Advances In The History Of Archaeology

Author : Sophie A. de Beaune
ISBN : 9781803270739
Genre : Social Science
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This volume presents papers from three sessions organised by the History of Archaeology Scientific Commission at the 18th UISPP World Congress (Paris, June 2018) considering the development of stratigraphical methods in archaeology in many European countries, and interdisciplinary perspectives on the history of archaeology.
Category: Social Science

The Archaeologist S Laboratory

Author : Edward B. Banning
ISBN : 9783030479923
Genre : History
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This second edition of the classic textbook, The Archaeologist’s Laboratory, is a substantially revised work that offers updated information on the archaeological work that follows fieldwork, such as the processing and analysis of artifacts and other evidence. An overarching theme of this edition is the quality and validity of archaeological arguments and the data we use to support them. The book introduces many of the laboratory activities that archaeologists carry out and the ways we can present research results, including graphs and artifact illustrations. Part I introduces general topics concerning measurement error, data quality, research design, typology, probability and databases. It also includes data presentation, basic artifact conservation, and laboratory safety. Part II offers brief surveys of the analysis of lithics and ground stone, pottery, metal artifacts, bone and shell artifacts, animal and plant remains, and sediments, as well as dating by stratigraphy, seriation and chronometric methods. It concludes with a chapter on archaeological illustration and publication. A new feature of the book is illustration of concepts through case studies from around the world and from the Palaeolithic to historical archaeology.The text is appropriate for senior undergraduate students and will also serve as a useful reference for graduate students and professional archaeologists.
Category: History

Graphing Culture Change In North American Archaeology

Author : R. Lee Lyman
ISBN : 9780198871156
Genre : Social Science
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North American archaeologists have grappled with finding a graph that effectively and efficiently displays culture change over time. This volume explores the history of graphing culture change, and brings graph theory, construction, and decipherment to the forefront of archaeological discussion.
Category: Social Science

El Kharafish

Author : Heiko Riemer
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Forts And Fortification In Wallacea

Author : Sue O'Connor
ISBN : 9781760463892
Genre : Social Science
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‘This volume presents ground-breaking research on fortified sites in three parts of Wallacea by a highly regarded group of scholars from Australia, Europe, Southeast Asia and the United States. In addition to surveying and dating defensive sites in often remote and difficult terrain, the chapters provide an important and scholarly set of archaeological and ethnohistoric studies that investigate the origin of forts in Wallacea. Socio-political instability from climate events, the materialisation of indigenous belief systems, and the substantial impact of imperial expansion and European colonialism are examined and comprise a significant addition to our knowledge of conflict and warfare in an under-studied part of the Indo-Pacific. The archaeological record for past conflict is frequently ambiguous and the contribution of warfare to social development is mired in debate and paradox. Authors demonstrate that forts and other defensive constructions are costly and complicated structures that, while designed and built to protect a community from a threat of imminent violence, had (and have) complicated life histories as a result of their architectural permanence, strategic locations and traditional cultural and political significance. Understanding why conflict outbreaks – like human colonisation – often appear in the past as a punctuated event can best be approached through long-term records of conflict and violence involving archaeology and allied historical disciplines, as has been successfully done here. The volume is essential reading for archaeologists, cultural heritage managers and those with an interest in conflict studies.’ — Professor Geoffrey Clark, College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University, Canberra.
Category: Social Science

Drawing Archaeological Finds

Author : Nicholas Griffiths
ISBN : IND:30000050905425
Genre : Art
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This handbook is aimed at students and others who wish to learn the techniques of artefact illustration, regardless of ability or previous experience. It includes comprehensive advice on many aspects of archaeological artefact illustration from equipment and materials to the preparation of finished artwork for printing. This profusely illustrated volume treats the various techniques to overcome the difficulties of translating three-dimensional objects into two-dimensional illustrations.
Category: Art

Antiquity

Author : Osbert Guy Stanhope Crawford
ISBN : UOM:39015068865123
Genre : Archaeology
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Includes section "Reviews."
Category: Archaeology

Archaeology In The Digital Era

Author : Tim Sly
ISBN : 9789048519590
Genre : History
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CAA is the foremost conference on digital archaeology, and this volume offers a comprehensive and up-to date reference to the state of the art. This volume contains a selection of the best papers presented at the 40th Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), held in Southampton from 26 to 29 March 2012. The papers, all written and peer-reviewed by experts in the field of digital archaeology, explore a multitude of topics to showcase ground-breaking technologies and best practice from various archaeological and informatics disciplines, with a variety of case studies from all over the world.
Category: History

Nelson Bay Cave Cape Province South Africa

Author : R. R. Inskeep
ISBN : PSU:000014076381
Genre : Social Science
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Report of excavations at Nelson Bay Cave, some sixty miles west of Klasies River Mouth, in four seasons between 1964 and 1979, with full accounts of material culture, and environmental data from deposits ranging between 5890 and 455 BP.
Category: Social Science

Proceedings Of The Ninth International Dakhleh Oasis Project Conference

Author : Colin A. Hope
ISBN : 9781789253795
Genre : History
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This new volume in the Oasis Papers series marks the 40th anniversary of archaeological fieldwork in the Dakhleh Oasis in Egypt’s Western Desert under the leadership of Anthony J. Mills and presents a synthesis of the current state of our knowledge of the oasis and its interconnections with surrounding regions, especially the Nile Valley. The papers are by distinguished authorities in the field and postgraduate students who specialise in different aspects of Dakhleh and presents an almost complete survey of the archaeology of Dakhleh including much unpublished, original material. It will be one of the few to document a specific part of modern Egypt in such detail and thus should have a broad and lasting appeal. The content of some of the papers is unlikely to be published in any other form elsewhere. Dakhleh is possibly the most intensively examined wider geographic region within Egypt.
Category: History