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Prof. Christopher Fennell Spring 2005

Bibliography of Additional Sources on Archaeological Surveying, Spatial Analysis, and Landscapes Aberg, A., and C. Lewis, eds. (2000). The Rising Tide: Archaeology and Coastal Landscapes (Oxford: Oxbow). Adams, Robert McC. (1981). Heartland of Cities: Surveys of Ancient Settlement Systems and Land Use of the Central Floodplains of the Euphrates (Chicago: University of Chicago Press). Aldenderfer, Mark S., and Carolyn A. Hale-Pierce (1984). The Small-Scale Archaeological Survey Revisited, American Archeology 4(1): 4-5. Aldenderfer, Mark S., and Frank J. Schieppati (1984). To Be or Not To Be: The SmallScale Archaeological Survey and Archaeological Research, American Archeology 4(1): 49-53. Alexander, D.A. (1983). The Limitations of Traditional Surveying Techniques in a Forested Environment, Journal of Field Archaeology 10: 177-86. Ammerman, Albert J. (1981). Surveys and Archaeological Research, Annual Review of Anthropology 10: 63-88. Analen, Arnold N., and Robert Melnick, eds. (2000). Preserving Cultural Landscapes in America (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press). Archibald, Robert R. (1999). Facing the Past, in A Place to Remember: Using History to Build Community, pp. 9-25 (Walnut Creek: Alta Mira Press). Ashmore, Wendy, and A. Bernard Knapp, eds. (1999). Archaeologies of Landscape: Contemporary Perspectives (Malden, MA: Blackwell). 1

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