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An indispensible book for anyone studying British Archaeolog,
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This review is from: The Handbook of British Archaeology (Guides) (Paperback)
As a latecomer to archaeology and what one now calls a 'mature student' I can think of no better book to have at ones side than The Handbook of British Archaeology by Lesley and Roy Adkins. Over the past five years, from an A level in Archaeology through Certificate and Diploma courses to an MA in Archaeology and Heritage, whenever I needed a 'kickstart' or guidance in a particular subject or period the Adkins book never let me down. It is the one book that I have found totally indespensible and I cannot recommend it highly enough to anyone who needs an everyday thesaurus on the subject.
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Initial post: 2 Feb 2010 18:16:23 GMT
Ms. L. Fox says:
Thanks, this is a very helpful review. I'm also a student, hoping to apply to several archaeology courses, but only have a thread-bare knowledge of the topic. Can anyone recomend any other reading material that would be useful?
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