A History of Archaeological Thought
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A History of Archaeological Thought

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The development of archaeological thought is analyzed by examining archaeological history to determine to what extent its trends reflect the personal and collective interests of archaeologists.
Paperback, 500 pages
Published January 26th 1990 by Cambridge University Press (first published January 1st 1989)
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Djinnjer
I keep this book to cure insomnia. I have never been able to get through an entire chapter without falling asleep, regardless of where or when I'm reading it. It should be interesting! It's not poorly written! I have NO IDEA what my problem with it is.
Annie
Oct 22, 2008 Annie added it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Archaeologists
Wow, welcome to grad school Annie...
Caitlin
trying to read whole chapters for Archaeology tutorials was such a hard thing. kept putting me to sleep.
Sara
Mar 03, 2012 Sara rated it 2 of 5 stars
Shelves: own
The first chapter was very confusing, as was some of the later ones, but maybe that's just because I am not so good with the theoretical stuff...BUt I would recommend reading the first chapter last.
Sofia
May 10, 2013 Sofia rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: archaeologists, students
Shelves: archaeology, science
Well written and comprehensive book. For all those who are interested in archaeological methods and theories behind the practice.
Melanie
Pretty good at describing the various ways of approaching archaeology through the ages using specific sites as examples.
Lee Broderick
A comprehensive guide to the subject: to the extent that "consulting Trigger" is a phrase known to most archaeologists.
Jaime
An impressive life's work, but I prefer the updated 2nd edition.
Aimee
For the theory dork in all of us.
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