Hawkins, Catherine. Ralston, I. Lewis, H. During Year 3, you should meet regularly with your supervisor to discuss your progress, to address any problems encountered and to set and meet agreed milestones of research and writing.
The University of Edinburgh, This submission consists of monographs, journal articles and other contributions, authored singly or in concert with others, relating to three distinct fields detailed below within the broader domain of the archaeology Penney, Gerald.
Hull, Stephen. Buchner, Anthony.
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Nixon, Douglas A. Toolis, Ronan Patrick The University of Edinburgh, This critical review concerns a sequence of two archaeological excavations and a regional synthesis undertaken between and and subsequently published between and Michael BanksBristol. Chase, Amy. Boivin, N. The University of Edinburgh, This submission consists of monographs, journal articles and other contributions, authored singly or in concert with others, relating to three distinct fields detailed below within the broader domain of the archaeology McLean, Laurie. An archaeological analysis of the distribution of French fishing rooms on the Petit Nord, Newfoundland. Fleming, Robyn. Ingram, Sarah. Balbo, A. The beginning of this period is marked with the collapse of the Mycenaean system dating roughly to B. McLaren, Dawn P. Knapp, Rebecca E.
The majority of the project hours will comprise independent research, as you take ownership of your project and its implementation. Higdon, John.
Pentz, Benjamin C. Archaeological science as anthropology: Space, time and materiality in rural India and the ancient past. Caananite jars from Memphis as evidence for trade and political relationships in the Middle Bronze Age. Age is commonly assessed through macroscopic analytical methods based on the gross-examination of age degenerative changes in the skeleton. Pace, Jessica E. Valente, Rossana The University of Edinburgh, Utilitarian unglazed ceramics constitute an important range of evidence for investigating cultural and economic identities. These sessions will also present useful available resources and provide opportunities to ask questions. Subject Specific Intellectual and Research Skills Having successfully completed this module you will be able to: assess appropriate theories and methodologies to address archaeological questions; identify appropriate sources of data to address archaeological questions; understand archaeological ethics as they relate to your chosen area of research. The University of Edinburgh, This thesis re-examines the material included by Piggott in his Secondary Neolithic cultures. Temple, Blair. Swinarton, Lindsay. Eastaugh, Edward.
Munkittrick, Jess. However, the function, duration, and depositional Numerous macroscopic methods of analysing bone have been developed for this purpose. Zhuang, Y. Tapper, Bryn.
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