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Chronometric Dating in Archaeology (Advances in Archaeological and Museum Science) Hardcover – November 30, 1997

ISBN-13: 978-0306457159 ISBN-10: 0306457156 Edition: 1997th

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`Well-organized, clear, and concise...Though this subject is somewhat complex and intricate, this reviewer found the text straightforward and easy to read.'
Choice (May 1998)
`This will be a standard reference work.'
Antiquity (March 1998)
`The book is well suited for archaeologists, dating specialists interested in techniques with which they do not directly work, and advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in archaeology and Quaternary studies. Librarians who decide to purchase the book for their departments will almost certainly see it as a most popular, heavily used textbook or reference book right from the time the book appears on the shelf.'
The Holocene, 9:3 (1999)

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