The Encyclopedia of Archaeology's entries cover the history of archaeology in specific countries or regions as well as "the histories of significant sites, debates, techniques, methods and issues that are central to the global practice of the discipline."
The signed entries are arranged alphabetically and vary in length from a paragraph to more than 30 pages.
Most are accompanied by cross-references and bibliographies, which in some cases are quite extensive.
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