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Archaeology has progressed ermously since the early excavations of classical sites such as Olympia and Ephesus in the middle of the 19th century. A better perspective on the material culture of the Classical world is w given by new methods and modern techniques, which depend on the rigorous application of skills from a wide range of disciplines. This book, written by a group of active field archaeologists, is designed particularly for students at A-level and on university courses, as well as for those with a general interest in the ancient world. It demonstrates the progression of a project from planning and prospection, through excavation and study to interpretation and public presentation. It also provides links to a wide range of internet resources to enable students to follow through case studies of recent survey and excavation ranging in time from the Bronze Age to the early Byzantine, and in extent from Britain to Turkey.
Laurence Bowkett is Director of Studies, Fine Arts College, London. Stephen Hill is Senior Lecturer, Continuing Education, University of Warwick. Diana Wardle is Extra-mural lecturer in Archaeology and Ken Wardle is Senior Lecturer in ancient History and Archaeology, University of Birmingham.