Site reports are core sources of archaeological excavation. They provide detailed information about excavation sites, which may include the location and size of an archaeological site, its chronological placement, the extent of the excavation, architecture, floor plans, artifacts, drawings and photographs, and types of artifacts found. Site reports are published a monographs, e.g., Tell Sabi Abyad, as chapters in edited books, or as articles in journals.
To find Archaeological Site Reports published as monographs or books search the following in the Library catalog:
The Library of Congress (LC) classification (the system Snowden Library uses to organize books) for Archaeology literature begins with the letters CC. You may want to browse the shelf where books on your subject are located in order to see what is available. However, you will find archaeological information in other areas as well.
The general categories for Archaeological studies are:
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