3 edition of A guide to basic archaeological field procedures found in the catalog.
A guide to basic archaeological field procedures
Knut R. Fladmark
1978 by Dept. of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, c1978. in Burnaby, B.C .
Written in English
xiv, 188 p. : ill., diagrs., maps. -- Bibliography: p. 187.
|Statement||by Knut R. Fladmark.. --|
|Series||Publication - Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University -- no. 4|
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