The Penguin Archaeology Guide.

By Paul Bahn

Printed: 2001

Publisher: Penguin Books. London

Dimensions 19 × 24 × 5 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 19 x 24 x 5

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In the original dustsheet. Black cloth binding with silver title on the spine.

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This fully up-to-date and comprehensive A-Z guide is the ideal reference tool for amateur and professional archaeologists alike. Compiled by an international team of specialists it provides full coverage of all aspects of world archaeology. It contains clear and accurate explanations of sites, artefacts, civilisations and peoples. ‘The Penguin Archaeology Guide’ is illustrated with maps, line drawings and black and white photographs throughout.

Dr Paul Bahn is a freelance archaeologist and writer. He is the co-author of ‘Archaeology: Theories, Method and Practice’ and the author of ‘The Cambridge Illustrated History of Archaeology’, ‘Journey through the Ice Age’ and ‘Lost Cities’. He writes and broadcasts widely on archaeology, and travels extensively. He lives in Hull.


Paul Gerald Bahn, FSA (born 29 July 1953) is a British archaeologist, translator, writer and broadcaster who has published extensively on a range of archaeological topics, with particular attention to prehistoric art. He is a contributing editor to Archaeology magazine. With Colin Renfrew, he wrote the popular archaeology textbook Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice.

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