ANT 336 - Lab Methods In Archaeology[3 credit(s)]
An introduction to laboratory methods used in archaeological research. Topics may include preparing finds, dating them, classifying materials, compositional analysis, drafting maps, photography, conservation methods, or other techniques that comprise the modern battery of tools used by archaeologists to make sense of and preserve their discoveries. Extensive use is made of examples; emphasis is on practical application.
Semesters Offered: Every Fall
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