Archaeological Artefacts as Material Culture Paperback – 27 Nov 2007
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About the Author
Linda Hurcombe is Head of Department at the Department of Archaeology, Exeter University. She has particular interests in a range of artefact studies including stone stools, functional analysis and organic material culture. She has undertaken fieldwork in Pakistan, Britain and Europe and published books on gender and material culture and functional analysis.
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