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Pot Luck: Adventures in Archaeology

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Husband and wife archaeologists Florence C. and Robert H. Lister and their two children traveled the archaeological world from 1940 to 1970. They produced numerous respected studies in the field of Southwestern archaeology and ceramics. Pot Luck, however, takes the Lister bibliography in a new direction. Written in the years following Robert Lister's death in 1990, Pot Luc ...more
Paperback, 183 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by University of New Mexico Press
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Holly Castillo
Nov 11, 2015 Holly Castillo rated it it was amazing
This is my family history. The way my dad and uncle grew up in the field. Grandma a pottery expert and grandpa a teacher in the field.
May 28, 2009 Lori rated it did not like it
Received from Murph for it's pot shard info.
I had trouble with the pre-feminist tone. It was just weirdly naive to me. Honest though, but that did not interest me.
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Florence Cline Lister's remarkable career spans more than 50 years. Beginning her work at a time when women were often relegated to the background in the field of archaeology, she gained prominence as an expert in pottery analysis. Florence and her husband, archaeologist Bob Lister, traveled the archaeological world for decades and produced numerous respected studies in the field of archaeology. S ...more
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