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As well as explaining fundamental archaeological principles, this book provides a general introduction to archaeology under water, detailing techniques and practices as they are applied in an underwater context.
This Archaeology Underwater Manual provides the tools appropriate to tackle a variety of sites in different environments and emphasizes that archaeology is not just a set of techniques – it is shaped by fundamental principles and theoretical parameters.
The aim of this Archaeology Underwater Manual is to provide an awareness of the responsibilities that go with any form of fieldwork while outlining what is involved in achieving an acceptable standard of archaeological work in what can often be a challenging physical environment.
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⭐ Always seek consultation from a qualified Dive Instructor before using any information from this scuba manual.
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