Both comprehensive and authoritative, this “handbook” contains extensive advice and information, including how to get involved, basic principles, essential techniques and approaches, project planning and execution, and publishing and presenting results. As well as explaining fundamental archaeological principles, this book provides a general introduction to archaeology under water, detailing techniques and practices as they are applied in an underwater context. It provides the tools appropriate to tackle a variety of sites, in different environments and emphasises that archaeology is not just a set of techniques. 226 pages.
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