Thursday, June 9, 2016

Archaeology in Social Media | Chronicles 14

Books (Source)

Hello & welcome once again to my continuing eclectic ramble through archaeology papers on that I find interesting and deserving of attention. Once again, I’d ask you to take a look at Stuart Rathbone’s latest book on Irish archaeology: Archaeological Boundaries. Discussions, Experiments and Unprovoked Attacks. I do realise that I’m somewhat biased (I’m his editor and general co-conspirator), but I do genuinely believe that this is among the most important books ever published on Irish archaeology and showcases Stuart’s abilities as a paradigm-altering thinker. As if that wasn’t enough, the book is available as a pay-what-you-think-is-fair downloadable PDF from Leanpub. If that whetted you taste for more, have a look at this latest collection of good reads (and start off with a couple of other Rathbone papers!

Stephen Davis et al. Boyne Valley Landscape Project

Damian Shiels The Kinsale Battlefield Project [and the complete IPMAG Newsletter from Winter 2007]

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