ANTH 33 - Archaeological Field MethodsSemester Hours: 3-6
An intensive hands-on introduction to the ideas, techniques, and methods used
in archaeological field research. Students will participate in an archaeological
excavation and be trained in the foundations of archaeological field testing and
analysis. Students will learn the history of excavation techniques and theories,
and receive a practical introduction to the development of archaeological research
questions and the field and laboratory strategies used to answer these in fieldwork
and analysis. If the course is given during the January session, it will be offered
for 3 s.h.; if the course is offered during the summer session, it will be offered
for 3 or 6 s.h. depending on site access.
Permission of instructor required.
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