Archaeological field survey has become one of the most potent tools for analyzing human prehistory and history. This volume illustrates surface artefact survey as an important technique in archaeological heritage management and as a data-collecting method in academic, problem-oriented, landscape and settlement studies. It demonstrates the importance of surface survey projects and sets out a helpful agenda for the future design of surface artefact projects for European and other landscapes. The spatial analysis of archaeological data may yet bring new solutions, even to problems usually thought to be resolvable only by excavation.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC