Artifacts B.C. Artifacts B.C. - Archaeology
 

Home

Table of
Contents


Introduction

Stratigraphy

Site
Formation

Finding
Sites

Mapping
Sites

Recording
Sites

Processing
&
Classification

Faunal
Analysis

Analysis
Sheet

Where
to Look

Bibliography

 


What is ARCHAEOLGY?

Archaeology is a sub-discipline of anthropology involving the study of the human past through material remains.
Flint tool (stone age), Iron Age spear
Flint tool from Stone Age & Iron Age spear head

What does archaeology offer?

  1. Results, discoveries, and source of origin.

  2. Theories, explanations, generalizations of human behaviour over a long period of time and across very large areas.

  3. Theories behind the relationships between people, material culture and the environment.

     

    Back Contents Next
Logo Industrial Art Internet Group Ltd.
1999 Design and HTML
Maintained by fishAbility