Archaeology

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Archaeology

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Efnisyfirlit

  • Part I - The Framework of Archaeology
    • 1 - The Searchers: The History of Archaeology
      • The Speculative Phase
      • The Beginnings of Modern Archaeology
      • Classification and Consolidation
      • A Turning Point in Archaeology
      • World Archaeology
    • 2 - What Is Left?: The Variety of the Evidence
      • Types of Archaeological Evidence
      • Formation Processes
      • Cultural Formation Processes—How People Have Affected What Survives in the Archaeological Record
      • Natural Formation Processes—How Nature Affects What Survives in the Archaeological Record
      • The Archaeological Record and Context
    • 3 - Where?: Survey and Excavation of Sites and Features
      • Discovering Archaeological Sites and Features
      • Assessing the Layout of Sites and Features
      • Excavation
    • 4 - When?: Dating Methods and Chronology
      • Stratigraphy
      • Typology
      • Linguistic Dating
      • Climate Change and Chronology
      • Calendars and Historical Chronologies
      • Dendrochronology and Annual Cycles
      • Radioactive Clocks
      • Other Absolute Dating Methods
      • Genetic Dating
      • Chronological Correlations
      • World Chronology
  • Part II - Discovering the Variety of Human Experience
    • 5 - How Were Societies Organized?: Social Archaeology
      • Scale of the Society
      • Investigating Hierarchies
      • Collective Works and Communal Action
      • Heterarchies
      • Economic Specialization
      • Centralized Societies
      • Settlements and Territories
      • Further Sources of Information for Social Organization
      • The Archaeology of the Individual and of Identity
    • 6 - What was the Environment?: Environmental Archaeology
      • Investigating Environments on a Global Scale
      • Studying the Landscape: Geoarchaeology
      • Reconstructing the Plant Environment
      • Reconstructing the Animal Environment
      • Reconstructing the Human Environment
    • 7 - What Did They Eat?: Subsistence and Diet
      • Information from Plant Remains
      • Information from Animal Remains
      • Evidence of Animal-Resource Exploitation
      • Assessing Diet from Human Remains
    • 8 - How Did They Make and Use Tools?: Technology and Material Culture
      • Unaltered Materials: Stone
      • Other Unaltered Materials
      • Synthetic Materials
      • Archaeometallurgy
    • 9 - What Contact Did They Have?: Trade and Exchange
      • The Study of Interaction
      • Finding the Sources of Traded Goods: Characterization
      • The Study of Distribution
      • The Study of Consumption
      • Exchange and Interaction: The Complete System
    • 10 - What Did They Think?: Cognition, Art, and Religion
      • The Evolution of Human Symbolizing Faculties
      • How Symbols Were Used
      • Writing
      • Establishing Place: The Location of Memory
      • Measuring the World
      • Planning: Maps for The Future
      • Symbols of Organization and Power
      • Symbols for the “Other World”: The Archaeology of Religion
      • Depiction: Art and Representation
      • Music and Cognition
      • Mind and Material Engagement
    • 11 - Who Were They? What Were They Like?: The Bioarchaeology of People
      • Identifying Physical Attributes
      • Assessing Human Abilities
      • Disease, Deformity, and Death
      • Assessing Nutrition
      • Population Studies
      • Diversity and Evolution
      • Identity and Personhood
    • 12 - Why Did Things Change?: Explanation in Archaeology
      • The Form of Explanation: General or Particular
      • Migrationist and Diffusionist Explanations
      • The Processual Approach
      • Applications of Processual Archaeology
      • Attempts at Explanation: One Cause or Several?
      • Postprocessual or Interpretive Explanation
      • Cognitive Archaeology
      • The Individual, Agency, and Material Engagement
  • Part III - The World of Archaeology
    • 13 - Archaeology in Action: Five Case Studies
      • Oaxaca: The Origins and Rise of the Zapotec State
      • The Calusa of Florida: A Complex Hunter-Gatherer Society
      • Research Among Hunter-Gatherers: Upper Mangrove Creek, Australia
      • Khok Phanom Di: Rice Farming in Southeast Asia
      • York and the Public Presentation of Archaeology
    • 14 - Whose Past?: Archaeology and the Public
      • The Meaning of the Past: The Archaeology of Identity
      • Archaeological Ethics
      • Community Archaeology
      • Popular Archaeology Versus Pseudoarchaeology
      • Who Owns the Past?
      • The Responsibility of Collectors and Museums
    • 15 - The Future of the Past: How to Manage the Heritage?
      • The Destruction of the Past
      • The Response: Survey, Conservation, and Mitigation
      • Heritage Management, Display, and Tourism
      • Who Interprets and Presents the Past?
      • The Past for All People and All Peoples
      • What Use Is the Past?
  • Glossary
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Useful Websites
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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