PROGRESS OF ARCHAEOLOGY by Stanley Casson

PROGRESS OF ARCHAEOLOGY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Archaeology, in the past decades, has changed the conception of history, in many respects. It has opened up new channels of approach, revealed facts that had been buried in obscurity, shown that the human race has a longer history and a more complex one, from the art viewpoint, than had been dreamed. This little book gives the layman a clearer understanding and a greater interest in what is going on in a little understood field of scientific research, what new discoveries have been made and where, and what facts may be deduced from them. An illuminating book and one that should reach a general public.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1935
Publisher: Whittlesey House