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"Scientific study of former human life and activities through material remains such as artefacts and buildings. An archaeologist excavates and retrieves remains from the ground or seabed; recording and interpreting the circumstances in which objects were found, such as their level in the soil and association with other objects. This information can then be used to build a picture of the culture that produced the objects" (Archaeology, 2008, papa. 1). archaeology. (2008). In Philip's encyclopedia. Philip's. Credo Reference.

Scholarly Journal Articles
Selected archaeology scholarly articles from KPU subscriptions.

Archaeology streaming films online
Archaeology DVDs

Library of Congress call number range CC 1 - 960 will have books on archaeology.
You can also search the library catalog for subject headings archaeology, or bioarchaeology, or excavation(achaeology) or antiquities, prehistoric, or prehistoric peoples archeology.

New Books

Ships from the Depth
Monumental Kipchak Statues
Introducing Archaeology
European Archeology Abroad
Ceramics and the Spanish Conquest