Behavioral Archeology - EWP Foundations of Archaeology (Paperback)Michael Brian Schiffer (author)
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Originally published by Academic Press in 1976, this book has become a foundational statement in archaeological methodology and has had a lasting impact on the discipline. As Michael Schiffer writes in his new prologue, the work 'played a vital role in establishing as fundamental the behavioral perspective in archaeology.' (Must be distinguished from the collection of articles by Schiffer published by University of Utah Press called Behavioral Archaeology: First Principles.)
From the Prologue to the Percheron Press Edition:
'Clearly many issues raised in Behavioral Archeology, as well as its principal ideas, retain considerable relevance for the practice of archaeology. Thus I present this reprinted edition of Behavioral Archeology, warts and all, in the hope that readers will enjoy engaging the ideas that played a pivotal role in establishing as fundamental the behavioral perspective in archaeology.'
Publisher: Eliot Werner Publications Inc
Number of pages: 254
Weight: 435 g
Dimensions: 228 x 153 x 17 mm
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