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Thursday, 20 March 2014

I have just bought my first archaeology book, wish me luck.

I have just bought my first archaeology book. I have chose Field archaeology,  an introduction by Peter Drewett.

For reasons unbeknownst I do not like reading real books (made of actual paper) I much prefer reading on my phone or tablet so I bought it as an electronic book from the Android play store.  Not only is it easier to read anywhere anytime it was also 7 quid cheaper than the paper book price on amazon.

This should keep me busy for a little while.

5 comments:

  1. Cool cool. Look forward to hearing how you get on. I prefer paper books oddly so waiting for mine in the post :)

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    1. Thanks mate, hope you enjoy yours too.

      Regards

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    2. Good luck on your first archaeology book. A very interesting subject which goes hand in hand with metal detecting.

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  2. Good move, Andy. Excellent choice since it deals with the kind of archaeological material you are likely to encounter. Hope you enjoy!

    Bear in mind that there are quite a lot of archaeology books free online too, including a text-only version of Drewett.

    Note the "Who does field archaeology?" chapter in Drewett. I feel if you think of yourself as an "amateur field archaeologist" rather than a "treasure hunter" and meticulously follow professional advice and guidelines (ideally by joining a local archaeological society), your hobby will not only be far more fun but also be truly beneficial to society. Happy reading!

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  3. Thanks David, I haven't had chance to start yet but the weekend has just landed so I may get a chance this evening. Thanks for the link as well

    regards

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