By Heather Burke
The following, in a single quantity, is every little thing it is important to behavior fieldwork in archaeology greater than 2 hundred charts, checklists, graphs, maps and diagrams basically illustrate how you can layout, fund, learn, map, list, interpret, picture, determine - and write up - your fieldwork. completely complete, The Archaeologist's box instruction manual is designed for each type of archaeological perform - from basic web site recordings to specialist consultancies - for somebody who desires to checklist history websites responsibly. This hands-on handbook presents step by step directions on tips to adopt and effectively entire all kinds of fieldwork.
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What a scientist may view dispassionately as ‘data’, a senior custodian may view as highly sensitive secret/sacred information. Sometimes Indigenous people will impart restricted information to you; it then becomes your continuing responsibility to ensure that this information is not seen or heard by an inappropriate audience. Maintaining continuing consultation is a long-term (but often unforeseen) aspect of a working relationship, particularly when it comes to the publication of your results.
Engine base is on right, stamper base on left; remains of amalgamation trays at centre. From SSE’. Carry a compass and always check, don’t guesstimate. • Any photographs you produce should carry as full a caption as possible—written in biro on the back of a print, or incorporated on to the image on disk. g. ‘Indiana Jones’, not ‘Indy’) and the date (this is often crucial for excavation records). W PREPARING FOR FIELDWORK 19 • Anything that involves other people needs to have their names listed in full also.
C. Atkinson died, a box full of notebooks was discovered among his things. The notebooks contained meticulous measurements of stones from megalithic monuments, probably including Stonehenge, which he had excavated in the 1950s. None of the notebooks were labelled and therefore all of that work went to waste. Don’t let that happen to you. Here is a checklist for you to think about: • Label every piece of paper you handle, explaining what it is and put your name and the date on it. • Acquire a notebook for each job—and label it, with title, your name and the date of use.
Archaeologist's Field Handbook by Heather Burke