How To Observe in Archaeology

How To Observe in Archaeology – Suggestions for travellers in the Near and Middle East

Contents:

Preface. By Sir F. G. Keynon

PART I

Chapter I. INTRODUCTORY. By G. F. Hill
Chapter II. METHOD. By W. M. Flinders Petrie
LIST OF THE CHIEF BRITISH INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES
CONCERNED WITH THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST
LIST OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL JOINT COMMITTEE

PART II

INTRODUCTORY NOTE
Chapter I. FLINT IMPLEMENTS.
Chapter II. GREECE PROPER. By T. P. Droop
Chapter III. ASIA MINOR. By J. G. C. Anderson and J. L. Myres
Chapter IV. CYPRUS. By J. L. Myres
Chapter V. CENTRAL AND NORTH SYRIA. By D. G. Hogarth
Chapter VI. PALESTINE. By R. A. S. Macalister
Chapter VII. EGYPT. By W. M. Flinders Petrie
Chapter VIII. MESOPOTAMIA. By H. R. Hall
APPENDIX

SUMMARIES OF LAWS OF ANTIQUITIES
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS AND TABLES :
Some Hieroglyphic Signs liable to be confused with each other
Flint Implements
Types of Greek Pottery, &c.
Greek Alphabets
Asia Minor Pottery types
Hittite Inscriptions, &c.
Bilingual (Greek and Cypriote) Dedication to Demeter and Persephone from Curium
Syrian Pottery.
Syrian Weapons, &c.
West Semitic Alphabets
West Semitic Numerals
Palestinian Pottery types
Egyptian Pottery types
Mesopotamian Pottery, Seals, &c.
Cuneiform and other Scripts

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