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  • 3H Consulting Ltd.: Site Recorder 4 - Survey management program for underwater archaeology. Download manuals and reports. Features product information and company news.
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  • Arch-Experiment Mailing List - Discussion of all aspects of experimental archaeology and archaeological reconstructions especially focused on groups carrying out experimental archaeology in Britain.
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  • Arch-Theory Mailing List - Mailing list for international discussions, reviews, and exchanges of information in archaeological theory and associated fields of interest.
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  • Archaeology in the City - The archaeological heritage of each city, the result of slow stratification, is limited and has a tendency to disappear in the course of new building construction and new developments.
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  • Archaeology Theory and Method Discussion - Moderated discussion list whose purpose is to provide a venue for discussing archaeological and anthropological theory and archaeological methodology.
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  • Archeology Mapping - Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. explain the technology and use of geophysical survey methods in archeology for non-invasively mapping the subsurface and features within it.
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  • Believers in the Lost Ark - From Guardian Unlimited, treating myth as fact misunderstands the meaning of religion.
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  • Cotsen Labs and Archives - Provides information on the numerous laboratories and research groups at the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA.
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  • Dental Microwear - Information on the study of microscopic wear on teeth and free image analysis software.
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  • Experimental Archaeology - An essay by Dr Peter Reynolds, Director of Butser Ancient Farm, 'The Nature of Experiment in Archaeology'.
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  • Magnetic "Pollution" of Archaeological Sites - Archaeological practices and their effect on Geophysical survey results, with suggestions for new standards.
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  • Power is in the Details - Political Economy of World-Systems 2002 Conference article by Mitch Allen. The expansion of the Ancient Near Eastern core has been addressed by world-systems scholars for two decades now, since it represented the earliest documented case of strong core and peripheral differentiation.
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  • The Secrets of Alloys - Account by the European Commission of analysis of objects from the Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman times to determine the composition of the alloys used by these civilisations.
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  • Sibling Rivalry? The Intersection of Archaeology and History - A response to Vansina's article, "Historians, are archaeologists your siblings?".
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