Less is better : the quality of ceramic evidence from archaeological survey and practical proposals for low-impact survey in a Mediterranean context. Gregory, T. E. In Athanassopoulos, E. & Wandsnider, L., editors, Mediterranean archaeological landscapes: current issues. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, 1st edition, 2004. OCLC: 54966412
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"This volume explores critical issues that arise in approaching specific Mediterranean landscapes from southern Spain to Jordan and from the Neolithic to recent times. The archaeological landscape includes the impressive Mediterranean basin, as well as architecture - spectacular and scrappy, well preserved and almost destroyed, renovated and not. This extensive record offers the opportunity to study the interaction between humans and their landscape over the short, medium, and long term. Authors offer substantive interpretations of contemporary Anglo-American archaeology, with its modern/post-modern tensions."–Jacket.
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	address = {Philadelphia},
	edition = {1st},
	title = {Less is better : the quality of ceramic evidence from archaeological survey and practical proposals for low-impact survey in a {Mediterranean} context},
	isbn = {978-1-931707-73-2},
	abstract = {"This volume explores critical issues that arise in approaching specific Mediterranean landscapes from southern Spain to Jordan and from the Neolithic to recent times. The archaeological landscape includes the impressive Mediterranean basin, as well as architecture - spectacular and scrappy, well preserved and almost destroyed, renovated and not. This extensive record offers the opportunity to study the interaction between humans and their landscape over the short, medium, and long term. Authors offer substantive interpretations of contemporary Anglo-American archaeology, with its modern/post-modern tensions."--Jacket.},
	language = {English (Show non-Roman characters)},
	booktitle = {Mediterranean archaeological landscapes: current issues},
	publisher = {University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology},
	author = {Gregory, Timothy E.},
	editor = {Athanassopoulos, Effie-Fotini and Wandsnider, LuAnn},
	year = {2004},
	note = {OCLC: 54966412},
	keywords = {EKAS, Excavations (Archaeology), Mediterranean Region. Fouilles (Arch�ologie)zM�diterran�e, R�gion de la. Antiquities. Excavations (Archaeology)}
}
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