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The Mute Stones Speak, The Story of Archaeology in Italy

By MacKendrick, Paul

WW Norton & Co. Good. 1976. Softcover. 0393008053 . Pages all intact and clean other than the occasional small spot. Cover has light wear to edges/corners and light corner curling. Age tanning to page edges and covers. B/w illustrations. (325osl, 0211) ; The Norton library; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 369 pages .

$2.95

THE LONG CREEK SITE Anthropological Series No. 2
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THE LONG CREEK SITE Anthropological Series No. 2

By Wettlaufer, Boyd and William J. Mayer-Oakes (editor)

SK: Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History. Very Good. 1960. Softcover. Pages clean and unmarked. Stapled binding. Cover has light edge/corner wear and light scuffing. An archaeological survey conducted of the Long Creek area, near Estevan, SK, in 1957, prior to a planned inundation by the erection of a dam. B/w illustrations and tables. (*lower shipping avail to most locations) [265-osl ]; 8vo; 137 pages .

$13.50

HUNTERS OF THE WHALE An Adventure of Northwest Coast Archaeology
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HUNTERS OF THE WHALE An Adventure of Northwest Coast Archaeology

By Kirk, Ruth

Morrow. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1974. First Edition. Hardcover. 0688201091 . Clean, tight condition. Ex-library book but still in great shape - usual ex-lib type markings. Pages are clean, brodart cover has some scuffing, a little edgewear. Narrates the story of the excavation of the one of the richest deposits of ancient Indian material from a Makah Indian village named Ozette on Washington's Olympic Peninsula. [484] ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 160 pages .

$11.95

Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries - Science and Pseudoscience in Archaelogy
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Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries - Science and Pseudoscience in Archaelogy

By Feder, Kenneth L.

Mayfield Publishing. Very Good+. 1996. Softcover. 1559345233 . Ex-library book, but still in very nice condition - sturdy laminated cover and usual type ex-lib type markings. Pages clean and intact. Cover has light wear to laminate edges and minor soiling to outer edge of pages. ; 8vo; "Feder addresses questions on some of the great scientific mysteries from around the world such as Stonehenge. In this entertaining and informative exploration of fascinating frauds and genuine mysteries, he uses well-chosen examples to demonstrate what is--and what is not-- the scientific method. In the process, he clearly conveys why the veritable past is as exciting and intriguing as the fantasies concocted by the purveyors of pseudoscience...." b/w illustrations. 290 pages. [452-osl] .

$6.95