Methods and aims in archaeology

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Synergy, Its an Essential Oil Thing: Revealing the Science of Essential Oil Synergy with Cells, Genes, and Human Health by Scott A. Johnson

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A pioneering Egyptologist, Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie excavated over fifty sites and trained a generation of archaeologists. In this short but classic work of , he explains his vision for the young science of archaeology. Petrie outlines his processes and goals for an excavation, offering advice on how to manage workers drawn from the local population as well as guidance on creating a thorough record of a dig, the importance of which had not been fully appreciated by many contemporary archaeologists. His methods were highly influential in their more systematic and scientific approach to archaeology at a time when many of its practitioners were more focused on acquiring attractive artefacts than advancing knowledge. The text is accompanied by 66 illustrations.

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  1. Methods [&] aims in archaeology. by: Petrie, W. M. Flinders (William Matthew Flinders), Sir, Publication date:

  2. In this classic work of , pioneering Egyptologist Flinders Petrie outlines his archaeological processes.

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