* Senior editor is the inventor of this method and principle in the field
* Serves as a companion volume to Harris's Principles of Archaeological Stratigraphy
Table of Contents
- Foreword. Introduction. Interfaces in Archaeological Stratigraphy. Historical Trends. Recording the Archaeology of London: The Development and Implementation of the DUA Recording System. The Contribution of the Harris Matrix to the Development of Catalan Archaeology. Polish Medieval Excavations: Applications and Developments of the Harris Matrix. The Limits of Arbitrary Excavation. Analysis in Excavation. Single-Context Planning: Its Role in On-Site Recording Procedures and in Post-Excavation Analysis at York. Building Stratigraphic Sequences on Excavations: An Example from Konstanz, West Germany. Three-Dimensional Assessment of Activity Areas in a Shell Midden: An Example from the Hoko River Rockshelter, State of Washington. Matrices and Maya Archaeology. Phasing and Structural Analysis. Phasing Stratigraphic Sequences at Colonial Williamsburg. The Application of the Harris Matrix to the Recording of Standing Structures. The Total Site Matrix: Strata and Structure at the Bixby Site. Post Excavation Analysis. Computer-Aided Harris Matrix Generation. Interpreting Archaeology with HINDSIGHT: The Use of Three Dimensions in Graphic Recording and Site Analysis. Beyond Crossmends: Stratigraphic Analysis and the Content of Historic Artifact Assemblages on Urban Sites. The Seriation of Multilinear Stratigraphic Sequences. Future Developments. Sites Without Principles: Post Excavation Analysis of 'Pre-Matrix' Sites. Subject Index.
- No. of pages: 296
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Academic Press 1993
- Published: February 16, 1993
- Imprint: Academic Press
- eBook ISBN: 9781483295824
About the Editor
Edward C. Harris
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