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Archaeological Finds by Norena Shopland


Archaeological Finds by Norena Shopland

This companion volume to the author's phenomenally successful Archaeological Finds: a Guide to Identification first explains the depositional process and then provides guidelines for the three main steps of excavation, processing and storing.

About the Author

Norena Shopland completed her Masters degree in Artefact Studies on an English Heritage Scholarship which was awarded for her to continue her work on artefacts. This book and the earlier companion volume are the results of that scholarship.

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Publication date

15th January 2006


Norena Shopland

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The History Press Ltd


160 pages


Archaeological science, methodology & techniques



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