The Artifact and the Laboratory

Smith, Cyril Stanley
September 1983
Archaeology;Sep/Oct83, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p80
Looks into the relationship between the work done by archaeologists and those working in laboratories. Evolution in the field of archaeology; Importance of the physical incidences in providing clues for the archaeologist and anthropologist; View that the introduction of the methods of the physical sciences will reinforce the sense of the richness of past human experience and serve to educate some physical scientists.


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