Archaeological Practice in Great Britain: A Heritage Handbook - World Archaeological Congress Cultural Heritage Manual Series by Paul Belford
This guide provides a unique "user guide" for the practice of archeology and work in the cultural heritage sector within a different framework of Great Britain, consisting of: England, Scotland,…
Archaeological Practice in Great Britain synopsis
This guide provides a unique "user guide" for the practice of archeology and work in the culturalheritage sector within a different framework of Great Britain, consisting of: England, Scotland, Wales, the Isle of Man and Channel Islands. As part of their training, archaeologists often look for work in parts of Britain, either to experiment before traveling elsewhere, or directly as part of their career advancement.
While this involves reading published material on drilling techniques, archaeological theory, specific heritagemanagement practices, or Internet research, the ideal setting for working in Britain for the first time requires practitioners to know little about much. At present, there is no single resource that provides this essential resource for emerging archeologists.
Archaeological practice in Great Britain will provide such a resource only: introduction in an accessible manner, with a comprehensive and up-to-date bibliography and lists of useful sites. Professionals with short areas of expertise will contribute to specific topics, integrated into the main text prepared by the authors.
Throughout, the specific contexts and differences between the various constituent countries and regions of Great Britain will be clarified.
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