The Invisible Diggers: A View of British Commercial Archaeology (HMP Research Series) Paperback – 1 Nov 2008
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Everill has the detachment necessary to analyse and present the commerical field archaeologist to a wider audience while drawing upon his own experiences. As good as it gets.' -- British Archaeological Jobs & Resources Forum (BAJR) British Archaeological Jobs & Resources Forum (BAJR) Eminently readable... this book has many themes and is a rich mine for further work.' -- Current Archaeology Current Archaeology Everill is getting his hands dirty - and his back bruised... he has highlighted issues we should be ashamed to have ignored.' -- British Archaeology British Archaeology Its an eclectic mix of data that shouldn't really work in an academic study, but here it's used with great success, effectively conveying the articulate, witty and intelligent nature of its subjects, whilst simultaneously providing genuine insights not only into their personal and collective concerns for their career prospects and futures, but also into the general inadequacies of the professional archaeological underbelly.' -- Rescue News Rescue News An important contribution to a real issue.' -- Antiquity Antiquity