How to Observe in Archaeology Suggestions for Travellers in the Near and Middle East
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How to Observe in Archaeology Suggestions for Travellers in the Near and Middle East

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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, How to Observe in Archaeology, by Various
    • E-text prepared by Philip H. Hitchcock
  • HOW TO OBSERVE IN ARCHAEOLOGY
    • SUGGESTIONS FOR TRAVELLERS IN THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST
      • CONTENTS
      • PART I
      • PART II
      • APPENDIX
      • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS AND TABLES
      • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
    • PART I
    • PART II
    • APPENDIX
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS AND TABLES
    • PREFACE
    • PART I
    • CHAPTER I
      • INTRODUCTORY
    • INTRODUCTORY
    • CHAPTER II
      • METHOD
        • 1. Outfit.
        • 2. Itinerary.
        • 3. Recording.
        • 4. Methods of Planning.
        • 5. Drawing and Copying.
        • Illustration I: Some Hieroglyphic Signs Liable To Be Confused With Each Other
        • 6. Photography.
        • 7. Preservation and Packing.
        • 8. Forgeries and. Buying.
      • 1. Outfit.
      • 2. Itinerary.
      • 3. Recording.
      • 4. Methods of Planning.
      • 5. Drawing and Copying.
      • Illustration I: Some Hieroglyphic Signs Liable To Be Confused With Each Other
      • 6. Photography.
      • 7. Preservation and Packing.
      • 8. Forgeries and. Buying.
      • LIST OF THE CHIEF BRITISH INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES CONCERNED WITH THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST.
      • THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL JOINT COMMITTEE
    • METHOD
      • 1. Outfit.
      • 2. Itinerary.
      • 3. Recording.
      • 4. Methods of Planning.
      • 5. Drawing and Copying.
      • Illustration I: Some Hieroglyphic Signs Liable To Be Confused With Each Other
      • 6. Photography.
      • 7. Preservation and Packing.
      • 8. Forgeries and. Buying.
    • 1. Outfit.
    • 2. Itinerary.
    • 3. Recording.
    • 4. Methods of Planning.
    • 5. Drawing and Copying.
    • Illustration I: Some Hieroglyphic Signs Liable To Be Confused With Each Other
    • 6. Photography.
    • 7. Preservation and Packing.
    • 8. Forgeries and. Buying.
    • LIST OF THE CHIEF BRITISH INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES CONCERNED WITH THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST.
    • THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL JOINT COMMITTEE
    • PART II
    • INTRODUCTORY NOTE
    • CHAPTER I
      • FLINT IMPLEMENTS
        • Illustration II: Flint Implements
      • Illustration II: Flint Implements
    • FLINT IMPLEMENTS
      • Illustration II: Flint Implements
    • Illustration II: Flint Implements
    • CHAPTER II
      • GREECE
      • I. PREHISTORIC
      • A. NORTH GREECE.
      • B. CRETE, AEGEAN, SOUTH GREECE.
      • CRETE.
      • AEGEAN.
      • SOUTH GREECE.
        • Illustration III: Types Of Greek Pottery, Etc.
      • Illustration III: Types Of Greek Pottery, Etc.
      • II. PREHISTORIC GREEK
      • III. ARCHAIC GREEK
        • Illustration IV: Greek Alphabets
      • Illustration IV: Greek Alphabets
      • IV. CLASSICAL GREEK
      • V. HELLENISTIC
      • VI. ROMAN
      • VII. BYZANTINE AGE
    • GREECE
    • I. PREHISTORIC
    • A. NORTH GREECE.
    • B. CRETE, AEGEAN, SOUTH GREECE.
    • CRETE.
    • AEGEAN.
    • SOUTH GREECE.
      • Illustration III: Types Of Greek Pottery, Etc.
    • Illustration III: Types Of Greek Pottery, Etc.
    • II. PREHISTORIC GREEK
    • III. ARCHAIC GREEK
      • Illustration IV: Greek Alphabets
    • Illustration IV: Greek Alphabets
    • IV. CLASSICAL GREEK
    • V. HELLENISTIC
    • VI. ROMAN
    • VII. BYZANTINE AGE
    • CHAPTER III
      • ASIA MINOR
        • 1. Introductory.
        • Illustration V: Asia Minor Pottery
        • 2. Pottery Fabrics.
        • 3. Inscriptions and Monuments.
        • Illustration VI: Hittite Inscriptions, Etc.
      • 1. Introductory.
      • Illustration V: Asia Minor Pottery
      • 2. Pottery Fabrics.
      • 3. Inscriptions and Monuments.
      • Illustration VI: Hittite Inscriptions, Etc.
    • ASIA MINOR
      • 1. Introductory.
      • Illustration V: Asia Minor Pottery
      • 2. Pottery Fabrics.
      • 3. Inscriptions and Monuments.
      • Illustration VI: Hittite Inscriptions, Etc.
    • 1. Introductory.
    • Illustration V: Asia Minor Pottery
    • 2. Pottery Fabrics.
    • 3. Inscriptions and Monuments.
    • Illustration VI: Hittite Inscriptions, Etc.
    • CHAPTER IV
      • CYPRUS
        • Illustration VII: Bilingual (Greek And Cypriote) Dedication to Demeter and Persephone from Curium
      • Illustration VII: Bilingual (Greek And Cypriote) Dedication to Demeter and Persephone from Curium
    • CYPRUS
      • Illustration VII: Bilingual (Greek And Cypriote) Dedication to Demeter and Persephone from Curium
    • Illustration VII: Bilingual (Greek And Cypriote) Dedication to Demeter and Persephone from Curium
    • CHAPTER V
      • CENTRAL AND NORTH SYRIA
        • Illustration VIII: Syrian Pottery
        • Illustration IX: Syrian Weapons, etc.
      • Illustration VIII: Syrian Pottery
      • Illustration IX: Syrian Weapons, etc.
    • CENTRAL AND NORTH SYRIA
      • Illustration VIII: Syrian Pottery
      • Illustration IX: Syrian Weapons, etc.
    • Illustration VIII: Syrian Pottery
    • Illustration IX: Syrian Weapons, etc.
    • CHAPTER VI
      • PALESTINE
        • I. General Principles.
        • Illustration X: Table of West Semitic Alphabets
        • Illustration XI: Table of West Semitic Numerals
        • II. Sites of Towns and Villages.
        • III. Rock–cut Tombs.
        • IV. Caves.
        • V. Pottery.
        • Illustration XII: Palestinian Pottery Types.
        • VI. Sanctuaries.
        • VII. Miscellaneous.
      • I. General Principles.
      • Illustration X: Table of West Semitic Alphabets
      • Illustration XI: Table of West Semitic Numerals
      • II. Sites of Towns and Villages.
      • III. Rock–cut Tombs.
      • IV. Caves.
      • V. Pottery.
      • Illustration XII: Palestinian Pottery Types.
      • VI. Sanctuaries.
      • VII. Miscellaneous.
    • PALESTINE
      • I. General Principles.
      • Illustration X: Table of West Semitic Alphabets
      • Illustration XI: Table of West Semitic Numerals
      • II. Sites of Towns and Villages.
      • III. Rock–cut Tombs.
      • IV. Caves.
      • V. Pottery.
      • Illustration XII: Palestinian Pottery Types.
      • VI. Sanctuaries.
      • VII. Miscellaneous.
    • I. General Principles.
    • Illustration X: Table of West Semitic Alphabets
    • Illustration XI: Table of West Semitic Numerals
    • II. Sites of Towns and Villages.
    • III. Rock–cut Tombs.
    • IV. Caves.
    • V. Pottery.
    • Illustration XII: Palestinian Pottery Types.
    • VI. Sanctuaries.
    • VII. Miscellaneous.
    • CHAPTER VII
      • EGYPT
        • Illustration XIII: Egyptian Pottery Types
      • Illustration XIII: Egyptian Pottery Types
    • EGYPT
      • Illustration XIII: Egyptian Pottery Types
    • Illustration XIII: Egyptian Pottery Types
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • MESOPOTAMIA
        • Illustration XIV: Mesopotamian Pottery, Seals, etc.
        • Illustration XV: Cuneiform and Other Scripts
      • Illustration XIV: Mesopotamian Pottery, Seals, etc.
      • Illustration XV: Cuneiform and Other Scripts
    • MESOPOTAMIA
      • Illustration XIV: Mesopotamian Pottery, Seals, etc.
      • Illustration XV: Cuneiform and Other Scripts
    • Illustration XIV: Mesopotamian Pottery, Seals, etc.
    • Illustration XV: Cuneiform and Other Scripts
    • APPENDIX
      • LAWS OF ANTIQUITIES
        • The Greek Law of Antiquities.
        • The Turkish Law of Antiquities.
        • The Cypriote Law of Antiquities.
        • The Egyptian Law of Antiquities.
        • General Principles of a Model Law of Antiquities for the Near and Middle East.
        • Principes du reglement devant être adopté par chacune des Puissances mandataires.
      • The Greek Law of Antiquities.
      • The Turkish Law of Antiquities.
      • The Cypriote Law of Antiquities.
      • The Egyptian Law of Antiquities.
      • General Principles of a Model Law of Antiquities for the Near and Middle East.
      • Principes du reglement devant être adopté par chacune des Puissances mandataires.
      • INDEX
    • LAWS OF ANTIQUITIES
      • The Greek Law of Antiquities.
      • The Turkish Law of Antiquities.
      • The Cypriote Law of Antiquities.
      • The Egyptian Law of Antiquities.
      • General Principles of a Model Law of Antiquities for the Near and Middle East.
      • Principes du reglement devant être adopté par chacune des Puissances mandataires.
    • The Greek Law of Antiquities.
    • The Turkish Law of Antiquities.
    • The Cypriote Law of Antiquities.
    • The Egyptian Law of Antiquities.
    • General Principles of a Model Law of Antiquities for the Near and Middle East.
    • Principes du reglement devant être adopté par chacune des Puissances mandataires.
    • INDEX
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