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on 18 May 2002
Bruce Trigger's book deals with the genesis of archaeology up to the beginnings of post-processualism. Particularly strong on functionalism and the New Archaeology, it also very useful in describing the development of archaeology in its early stages. There are some omissions, such as the increasingly popular archaeological study of gender, but in general a wide approach covering archaeology in Britain, America and Europe. This book is vital for undergrad students and anyone wishing to learm more about what it is we study.
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