Readings in Victorian Prehistory; Volume 1: Archaeological Theory and Practice

By: Coutts, P. J. F

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Melbourne: Victoria Archaeological Survey, Ministry for Conservation, 1978. XII, 203pp., table of contents, list of figures, list of tables, list of plates, preface, acknowledgements, list of abbreviations, select bibliography, glossary of archaeological terms. Text is illustrated with maps, line illustrations, table, and black and white photography. Green wrappers, with illustration of Aboriginal warfare, with black writing on the front panel. The wrappers are rubbed and faded and there are some grubby marks on the front panel. The corners slightly bumped. "In these essays I have attempted to introduce the layman to what is essentially my personal view of the disciplines of prehistory and archaeology, as they are currently practised in Victoria. There are, of course, many good textbook available which still with the introductory aspects of archaeology and prehistory. None of these, however, focus on Australia: there illustrations and examples tend to be drawn from all over the world and often quite irrelevant to field archaeology in this country. I believe that in Australia, we are now rapidly defining our own regional problems and developing our own unique style of archaeology.".. First Edition. illustrated Card. Average/nil as issued. Illus. by J. Las Gourgues. 4to - up to 12" tall - Quarto. Australiana.

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