George Bass

Bass, George
June 2012
Discover;Jun2012, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p40
An interview with Texas A & M University professor George Bass is presented. When asked about why archaeologists preferred to study underwater when research is much easier on land, he says that underwater artifacts are more protected from alteration or destruction. He discusses the lessons that he learned from a ship hull. He notes how his interest in archaeology was developed.


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