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24/11/2011 17:40:24
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This list relates to the academic year Academic Year 2011/12 which ended on 31/07/2012
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  1. Introductory readings and online references 4 items
    It is recommended that you buy the fourth edition (2004) of Renfrew and Bahn's book Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice (although there are multiple copies in the library).
    1. Field archaeology: an introduction - Drewett, Peter 2011

      Book 

    2. The archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape - Drewett, Peter, Bedwin, Owen, Sussex Archaeological Society 1982

      Book 

    3. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book 

  2. Lecture 1 : Who, where, why, what and when 9 items
    1. Introduction: how archaeological sites are formed - Philip Barker

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. Chapter 1 - Colin Renfrew, Paul Bahn

      Chapter Essential

    3. Management of archaeological projects - Andrews, Gill, English Heritage 1991

      Book Recommended AVAILABLE ELECTRONICALLY. USE THE MENU, BACK AND FORWARD TABS TO NAVIGATE

    4. Chapter 1 - Peter Drewett

      Chapter Recommended

    5. Yeavering: an Anglo-British centre of early Northumbria - Hope-Taylor, Brian distributor `1977'

      Book Recommended AN EXAMPLE OF AN EARLY LARGE SCALE AREA EXCAVATION

    6. Beginning in archaeology - Kenyon, Kathleen Mary 1961

      Book Recommended

    7. Spadework: adventures in archaeology - Woolley, Leonard 1953

      Book Recommended

    8. Historical - Robert Eric Mortimer Wheeler

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

  3. Lecture 2: Aerial photography 6 items
    1. The archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape - Drewett, Peter, Bedwin, Owen, Sussex Archaeological Society 1982

      Book Essential

    2. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential

    3. Air photo interpretation for archaeologists - Wilson, D. R. 2000

      Book Essential SEE ALSO THE THIRD EDITION (2000)

    4. Air photography and archaeology - Riley, D. N. 1987

      Book Recommended

    5. Aerial archaeology in Britain - Riley, D. N., Bewley, Robert 1996

      Book Recommended

    6. Aerial reconnaissance for archaeology - Wilson, D. R., Council for British Archaeology 1975

      Book Recommended E-book. You will need to click 'I agree' to enter the ADS website.

  4. Lecture 3: Preliminary surveys: desk-top, walk-over and artefact collection 8 items
    1. Fieldwalking - A. E. Brown

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. The archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape - Drewett, Peter, Bedwin, Owen, Sussex Archaeological Society 1982

      Book Essential

    3. Finding archaeological sites - Peter Drewett

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    4. Fieldwalking for archaeologists - Fasham, P. J., Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society 1980

      Book Recommended

    5. Archaeology from the ploughsoil: studies in the collection and interpretation of field survey data - Millett, Martin, Smith, Ian, Haselgrove, Colin 1985

      Book Recommended

    6. Experiments in the collection and analysis of archaeological survey data: the east Hampshire survey - Shennan, Stephen, Oake, Martin, Gardiner, Julie, University of Sheffield 1985

      Book Recommended

  5. Lecture 4: Geophysical survey 7 items
    1. Geophysical survey in archaeological field evaluation - David, Andrew 1995

      Book Essential E-book

    2. The archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape - Drewett, Peter, Bedwin, Owen, Sussex Archaeological Society 1982

      Book Essential

    3. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2008

      Book Essential

    4. Seeing beneath the soil: prospecting methods in archaeology - Clark, Anthony 1996

      Book Recommended

    5. Revealing the buried past: geophysics for archaeologists - Gaffney, C. F., Gater, John 2003

      Book Recommended

    6. The use of geophysical techniques in archaeological evaluations - Gaffney, C. F., Gater, John, Ovenden, Susan, Institute of Field Archaeologists 2002

      Book Recommended

    7. Remote sensing in archaeology: an explicitly North American perspective - Johnson, Jay K., University of Mississippi c2006

      Book Recommended

  6. Lecture 5: Field survey and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) 5 items
    1. Chapters 3 and 4 - James Conolly, Mark Lake

      Chapter Essential

    2. Hunters in a landscape - Lewis Roberts Binford

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    3. Chapters 12-14 - Karl W. Butzer

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Chapters 12 -14 - Kent V. Flannery

      Chapter Recommended

    5. Chapter 3 - Colin Renfrew, Paul Bahn

      Chapter Recommended

  7. Lecture 6: Excavation 8 items
    1. Site preparation - John Collis

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. Chapters 5 and 6 - Peter Drewett

      Chapter Essential

    3. Management of archaeological projects - Andrews, Gill, English Heritage 1991

      Book Recommended AVAILABLE ELECTRONICALLY. USE THE MENU, BACK AND FORWARD TABS TO NAVIGATE

    4. Model briefs and specifications for archaeological assessments and field evaluations - Baker, David, Association of County Archaeological Officers, Association of County Archaeological Officers 1993

      Book Recommended AVAILABLE ELECTRONICALLY

    5. Techniques of archaeological excavation - Barker, Philip 1993

      Book Recommended

    6. Excavation - Kevin Greene

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    7. Excavation - Roskams, Steve 2001

      Book Recommended

    8. Archaeological site manual - Westman, Andrew, Museum of London c1994

      Book Recommended E-book

  8. Lecture 7: Recording: Stratigraphy and the Harris Matrix 11 items
    1. Aspects of the economy and environment of Bullock Down 4000 BC - AD 1550 - Caroline Caroline Cartwright, D.R. Rudling

      Chapter Essential

    2. Chapters 8, 9 & 11 - Edward C. Harris

      Chapter Essential E-book. A SHORT AND FUNDAMENTAL BOOK

    3. Soils and micromorphology in archaeology - Courty, M. A., Goldberg, Paul, Macphail, Richard 1989

      Book Recommended

    4. Archaeological sediments and soils: analysis, interpretation and management - Macphail, Richard, Barham, Anthony J., University College, London, Association for Environmental Archaeology 1995

      Book Recommended

    5. The Stratigraphic Sequence: A Question of Time - Edward, C. Harris 1975

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    6. Units of archaeological stratification - Norsk arkeologisk kommisjon, E.C. Harris

      Article Recommended Available as print journal

    7. Practices of archaeological stratigraphy - Brown, Marley R., Brown, Gregory J., Harris, Edward C. 1993

      Book Recommended

    8. The searchers: the history of archaeology - Colin Renfrew, Paul G Bahn

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    9. Archaeological site manual - Westman, Andrew, Museum of London c1994

      Book Recommended E-book

    10. Chapter 4 - Robert Eric Mortimer Wheeler

      Chapter Recommended

  9. Lecture 8: Excavating deeply stratified urban sites 5 items
    1. Field archaeology: an introduction - Drewett, Peter 2011

      Book Recommended

    2. From Roman basilica to medieval market: archaeology in action in the city of London - Milne, Gustav, Museum of London 1992

      Book Recommended

    3. Excavation - Roskams, Steve 2001

      Book Recommended

    4. Archaeological site manual - Westman, Andrew, Museum of London c1994

      Book Recommended E-book

  10. Lecture 9: Digging up the sea: maritime techniques 7 items
    1. Chapters 1 and 2 - Keith Muckelroy

      Chapter Essential

    2. Archaeology under water - Bass, George Fletcher 1966

      Book Recommended

    3. Encyclopaedia of underwater and maritime archaeology - Delgado, James P. c1997

      Book Recommended

    4. Submarine prehistoric archaeology of the North Sea: research priorities and collaboration with industry - Flemming, N. C., Council for British Archaeology, English Heritage 2004

      Book Recommended

    5. Our changing coast: a survey of the intertidal archaeology of Langstone Harbour, Hampshire - Allen, Michael J., Gardiner, Julie 2000

      Book Recommended

    6. Strangford Lough: an archaeological survey of the maritime cultural landscape - McErlean, Thomas, McConkey, Rosemary, Forsythe, Wes, Northern Ireland 2002

      Book Recommended

    7. Archaeology under water: an atlas of the world's submerged sites - Muckelroy, Keith 1980

      Book Recommended

  11. Lecture 10: Recording: drawing and photography 5 items
    1. Chapter 7 (photography) and 8 (drawing) - Steve Roskams

      Chapter Essential

    2. Techniques of archaeological excavation - Barker, Philip 1993

      Book Recommended

    3. Photography in archaeology and conservation - Dorrell, Peter G. 1994

      Book Recommended

    4. Chapter 7 - Peter Drewett

      Chapter Recommended

    5. A manual of archaeological field drawing - Hawker, J. M., Rescue (Trust) c2001

      Book Recommended

  12. Lecture 11: Using computers 2 items
    1. Field archaeology: an introduction - Drewett, Peter 2003

      Book Essential PAGES 49-59

    2. A guide to Excel 2003 - Beck, Adrian, Maynard, Mark, Rodger, Richard 2005

      Book Recommended COPIES WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE PRACTICAL SESSIONS BUT YOU ARE ADVISED TO PURCHASE A COPY IF POSSIBLE

  13. Lecture 12: Surveying techniques 3 items
    1. EDM, total stations, GPS and computers - F. Bettess

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. Surveying for archaeologists and other fieldworkers - Hogg, A. H. A. 1980

      Book Recommended

    3. Surveying of archaeological sites - Leach, Peter E., University of London 1988

      Book Recommended

  14. Lecture 13: What is conservation for? 7 items
    1. Retrieval of objects from archaeological sites - Payton, Robert 1992

      Book Recommended

    2. First aid for underwater finds - Robinson, Wendy S. 1998

      Book Recommended

    3. Preprints of the contributions to the Copenhagen Congress, 26-30 August 1996: archaeological conservation and its consequences - Smith, Perry, Drayman Weisser, Terry, Roy, Ashok, International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works c1996

      Book Recommended

    4. A conservation manual for the field archaeologist - Sease, Catherine 1994

      Book Recommended E-book

    5. The role of the conservator on an archaeological excavation = Arkeolojik kazıda konservatörün rolü - Sease, Catherine, Japanese Institute of Anatolian Archaeology 1999

      Book Recommended

    6. Conservation on archaeological excavations: with particular reference to the Mediterranean area - Stanley-Price, Nicholas, International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and the Restoration of Cultural Property 1995

      Book Recommended

    7. First aid for finds - Watkinson, David, Neal, Virginia, United Kingdom Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, Rescue (Trust) 1998

      Book Recommended

  15. Lecture 14: Environmental methods 4 items
    1. The coordination of environmental and archaeological projects - M. Bell

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. Chapters 6, 7 and 8

      Chapter Essential

    3. A guide to sampling archaeological deposits for environmental analysis - P. L Murphy, P. E. J Wiltshire

      Article Recommended Digitised reading. UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPT

    4. Chapters 2 and 6 - Colin Renfrew, Paul G. Bahn

      Chapter Recommended FOCUS ON THOSE ASPECTS WHICH DEAL WITH PRESERVATION OF EVIDENCE AND THE RANGE OF OFF-SITE AND ON-SITE CONTEXTS WHICH CAN BE STUDIED

  16. Lecture 15: Targeting environmental sampling 5 items
    1. Research designs and sampling strategies - John G Evans, T. P O'Connor

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    2. A working classification of sample types for environmental archaeology - K. Dobney, Hall Hall 1992

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    3. Environmental sampling processing and some preliminary results from Bull Wharf - Tim Holden, Sharon Gerber-Parfitt

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    4. A guide to sampling archaeological deposits for environmental analysis - P. L Murphy, P. E. J Wiltshire

      Article Recommended Digitised reading. UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPT.

    5. Archaeological site manual - Westman, Andrew, Museum of London c1994

      Book Recommended E-book. READ THE SECTION ON ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING

  17. Lecture 16: Sampling for animal remains : vertebrates and invertebrates 5 items
    1. The archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape - Drewett, Peter, Bedwin, Owen, Sussex Archaeological Society 1982

      Book Essential PAGES 21-22, 25-26, 31-32 AND 141.

    2. A guide to sampling archaeological deposits for environmental analysis - P. L Murphy, P. E. J Wiltshire

      Article Essential Digitised reading. UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPT.

    3. Chapters 6 and 7 - Colin Renfrew, Paul G Bahn

      Chapter Essential

    4. Excavations at West Hill, Uley, 1979: the sieving & sampling programme - Levitan, B., Western Archaeological Trust c1982

      Book Recommended

    5. Partial recovery and sample bias: the results of sieving - S. Payne

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

  18. Lecture 17: Sampling for plant remains 6 items
    1. The archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape - Drewett, Peter, Bedwin, Owen, Sussex Archaeological Society 1982

      Book Essential

    2. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice - Renfrew, Colin, Bahn, Paul G. 2004

      Book Essential

    3. Archaeobotany - Greig, James, European Science Foundation 1989

      Book Recommended

    4. Environmental sampling, processing and some preliminary results from Bull Wharf - T. Holden, S. Gerber-Parfitt

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    5. The preservation of plant material - G. W Dimbleby

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading

    6. The survival of the evidence - Jane M Renfrew, Alan Eade

      Chapter Recommended Digitised reading. THE CONTENT OF THIS CHAPTER IS A BIT OUTDATED AND SUPERFICIAL BUT IT NEVERTHELESS PROVIDES A USEFUL INTRODUCTION.

  19. Lecture 18: Choosing samples for dating 9 items
    1. Science-based dating in archaeology - Aitken, M. J. 1990

      Book Essential THE STANDARD WORK OF REFERENCE ON ALL TECHNIQUES

    2. Radiocarbon dating - Bowman, Sheridan, British Museum 1990

      Book Essential

    3. Tree-ring dating and archaeology - Baillie, M. G. L. c1982

      Book Recommended

    4. Scientific dating techniques - Clark, Tony, University of Birmingham 1987

      Book Recommended CONTAINS A GOOD READING LIST

    5. Dendrochronological dating: a publication of the Sub-committee for Archaeology of the Standing Committee for the Humanities - Eckstein, D., Baillie, M. G. L., Egger, H., European Science Foundation 1984

      Book Recommended

    6. Radiocarbon user's handbook - Gillespie, Richard, University of Oxford 1984

      Book Recommended

    7. Radiocarbon dating: a publication of the Sub-committee for Archaeology of the Standing Committee for the Humanities - Mook, W. G., Waterbolk, Harm Tjalling, European Science Foundation 1985

      Book Recommended

    8. Many a slip? Do "scientific" dates answer archaeological questions? - Clive Orton

      Article Recommended Digitised reading. UNPUBLISHED LECTURE NOTES

    9. Thermoluminescence dating - Wagner, G. A., Aitken, M. J., Mejdahl, V., European Science Foundation 1983

      Book Recommended

  20. Lecture 19: Post fieldwork planning, analysis and reporting 5 items
    1. The archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape - Drewett, Peter, Bedwin, Owen, Sussex Archaeological Society 1982

      Book Essential THIS VOLUME IS AN EXAMPLE OF AN END PRODUCT OF THE POST EXCAVATION PROCESS

    2. Chapter - Peter Drewett

      Chapter Essential

    3. Management of archaeological projects - Andrews, Gill, English Heritage 1991

      Book Recommended Available electronically. USE THE MENU, BACK AND FORWARD TABS TO NAVIGATE

    4. The preparation of archaeological reports - Grinsell, Leslie V., Rahtz, Philip A., Williams, David Price 1974

      Book Recommended

  21. Lecture 20: Alternative methods of multi-media presentation and publication 19 items
    1. Reading: 'statements' of 'official' publications formats

    2. Principles of publication in rescue archaeology: report - Ancient Monuments Board for England 1975

      Book Essential

    3. Management of archaeological projects - Andrews, Gill, English Heritage 1991

      Book Essential E-book. AVAILABLE ELECTRONICALLY. USE THE MENU, BACK AND FORWARD TABS TO NAVIGATE

    4. The preparation of archaeological reports - Grinsell, Leslie V., Rahtz, Philip A., Williams, David Price 1974

      Book Essential

    5. Reading: the current debate on publication 'styles' and the use of imagery

    6. Writing archaeology: site reports in context - Ian Hodder

      Chapter Essential Digitised reading

    7. The archaeological process: an introduction - Hodder, Ian 1999

      Book Essential

    8. Excavation as theatre - Chris Tilley

      Article Essential Electronic journal article

    9. Optional recommended readings: the current debate on publication 'styles' and the use of imagery

    10. Lost in translation? A comment on the excavation report. - Sue Hamilton 1999

      Article Recommended Electronic journal

    11. The cultural life of images: visual representation in archaeology - Molyneaux, Brian, Theoretical Archaeology Group (England) 1997

      Book Recommended

    12. Experiencing the past: on the character of archaeology - Shanks, Michael 1991

      Book Recommended E-book

    13. An example of a standard project publication format

    14. The archaeology of Bullock Down, Eastbourne, East Sussex: the development of a landscape - Drewett, Peter, Bedwin, Owen, Sussex Archaeological Society 1982

      Book Recommended

    15. Two examples of 'non-standard' project publication format

    16. Leskernick: stone worlds; alternative narratives; nested landscapes - , , Barbara Bender, Sue Hamilton

      Article Recommended Digitised reading

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