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by Martin Millett,Ian Smith,Colin Haselgrove


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Archaeology from the Ploughsoil book. First published in 1985, this collection of essays has proved popular for those teaching archaeological field methods.

Archaeology from the Ploughsoil book. Archaeology from the Ploughsoil: Studies in the Collection and Interpretation of Field Survey Data. It deals with methodological problems in a general way, but also illustrated by some case studies from both Britain and the continent, from regional strategies to the intensive study of a specific site.

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Colin Haselgrove, Martin Millett, Ian Smith, Theoretical Archaeology Group. Previous: Field archaeology: an introduction. Library availability.

Archaeology from the Ploughsoil. Studies in the Collection and Interpretation of Field Survey Data. First published in 1985, this collection of essays has proved popular for those teaching archaeological field methods

Archaeology from the Ploughsoil. Series: Sheffield Archaeological Monographs (John Collis).

Archaeology from the ploughsoil: studies in the collection and interpretation of field survey data. Excavations on the Romano-British small town at Neatham. Hampshire 1979, 1969. C Haselgrove, M Millett, I Smith. The Tiber valley project: the Tiber and Rome through two millennia. H Patterson, F Di Gennaro, H di Giuseppe, S Fontana, V Gaffney,. Antiquity 74 (284), 395-403, 2000.

In: Haselgrove, . Millett, . Smith, . eds. Sheffield: Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, pp. 7–29. Keay, . Terrenato, N. 2001. Italy and the West: Comparative Issues in Romanization. Peasants and Slaves: The Rural Population of Roman Italy (200 BC to AD 100). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Settlement and Society in Early Imperial Etruria. Journal of Roman Studies, 96: 88–123. Recommend this journal.

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Haselgrove C, Millett M, Smith I. 1985. Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, University of Sheffield: Sheffield. Extracting Meaning from Ploughsoil Assemblages

Haselgrove C, Millett M, Smith I. Extracting Meaning from Ploughsoil Assemblages. Millett M. Prospectie met ingreep in de bodem, 30 augustus–24 september 2010. Deckers P. Landscape, Power and Identity in the Coastal Plain of Flanders, Zeeland and Northern France in the Early Middle Ages (ad 500–1000).

Archaeology from the ploughsoil: studies in the collection and . Sheffield: Department of Archaeology and Prehistory.

Archaeology from the ploughsoil: studies in the collection and interpretation of field survey data:7–29. M. Millett, S. Poppy, J. Robinson, J. Taylor & N. Terrenato 2000. Falerii Novi: a new survey of the walled area. Papers of the British School at Rome 68: 1-93. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. Mattingly, D. J. 2009.

First published in 1985, this collection of essays has proved popular for those teaching archaeological field methods. It deals with methodological problems in a general way, but also illustrated by some case studies from both Britain and the continent, from regional strategies to the intensive study of a specific site.
Archaeology from the Ploughsoil: Studies in the Collection and Interpretation of Field Survey Data (Sheffield Excavation Reports (John Collis)) download epub
Archaeology
Author: Martin Millett,Ian Smith,Colin Haselgrove
ISBN: 0906090245
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Archaeology
Language: English
Publisher: John Collis Publications (December 1, 2007)
Pages: 128 pages