A.D. 2050: the science of humankind comes of age

Fagan, Brian
January 1989
Archaeology;Jan/Feb89, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p21
Examines archaeology in the 21st century. Use of remote sensing techniques and computers which enable archaeologists to acquire information without disturbing unexcavated sites; Search for a distinctive archaeological theory; Significant archaeological finds in the 19th and 20th centuries; Emergence of teamwork that brings together specialists cooperating in multidisciplinary research; Focus on tiny clues and use of stone-tool wear analysis.


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