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UNCOVERING THE PAST: A History of Archaeology by  William H. Jr Stiebing - Paperback - First Thus - 1994 - from Diversity Books and

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UNCOVERING THE PAST: A History of Archaeology

by Stiebing, William H. Jr

Condition: Very Good +

United States: Oxford Univ Press, 1994. 315pp., over 80 b/white photographic illustrations, including maps, throughout. Book clean. Spine firm. Leaves unmarked, soft corner crease to several pages. Illustrated (David Tran) card wrapper negligibly splayed. " . . . an absorbing, non-technical history of archaeology, tracing the study of ancient material culture from its beginnings in the Renaissance through its development into the sophisticated modern discipline we know today." Contents include: Preface, Introduction, 10 chapters over two 'parts', Appendix, Recommended Reading, Index. Book weight approx. 440g.. First Thus. Softcover. Very Good +. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



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