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The Dictionary of Physical Geography (4th edition)

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The Dictionary of Physical Geography (4th edition)

Reference Reviews , Volume 31 (4): 2 – May 15, 2017

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The terms chosen for inclusion have originated primarily from the technical and Geography, biography specialized terminologies used by archaeologists on digs and, as such, are completely current and and history relevant to specialists. They include, but are not limited to, materials and their forms, for example, Chinaware, Porcelain, alongside technology, methodology, topography (Hill-top RR 2017/116 Settlement), geography (Island), architecture, The Archaeological Excavation time and measurement (Imperial Roman), in Dictionary addition to terms relating to conservation and preservation. In this way, the field of Anna Kieburg archaeology and its broader, associated sciences, Pen and Sword Archaeology are all catered for. A note of caution is warned Barnsley in the introduction that this Dictionary could not be exhaustive of all the relevant terminology, 127 pp. and as such, some more specific detail is not ISBN 978 1 78346 371 8 included. Some of the more specific typology relating to ceramics has, for example, been £12.99 omitted. Keywords Archaeology, Dictionaries In the translation from English (the first Review DOI 10.1108/RR-03-2017-0051 language used) into both Greek and Arabic, the dictionary not only uses the spelling of the word The Archaeological Excavation Dictionary is a handy, slim, A5 paperback publication designed but also the

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