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Questia School is a database the CBL subscribes to which provides online resources, such as ebooks, suitable for senior students.
Searching by the archaeologist's name in double inverted commas, eg. "arthur evans", will provide a more accurate serach result. There are many suitable resources for this task in Questia School.
Books in CBL
The Complete Illustrated History of World ArchaeologyRediscovering the past through archaeological finds is a deeply satisfying and culturally important process. The first part of this beautifully illustrated book focuses on the archaeologists, including Egyptologists Flinders Petrie and Howard Carter, and modern specialists Tatiana Proskouriakoff and John Howland Rowe in South America. The second part of the book is a global survey of an incredible variety of places, covering the best-known archaeological sites -from Babylon and Pompeii, to Angkor and Easter Island.With over 500 images, from museums, galleries and specialist photographers, this is an invaluable reference book on a fascinating subject.
This LibGuide has been setup to assist you with your Archaeologist Research Task.
What sources do you need?
A primary source provides firsthand evidence of an event or topic. Examples of a primary source include: a physical artefact (e.g. a fossil or furniture), a diary, an email, a journal article which contains original thought and/or discoveries, a newspaper article written at the time, a original document (e.g. a birth certificate), and a documentary record such photograph or a video.
A secondary source is usually something that is produced after an event has happened. It may offer an interpretation or evaluation of a primary source. It may also provide commentary or discuss evidence. Examples of secondary sources include: a dictionary, an encyclopedia, a journal article which provides commentary (but does not contain original thought and/or discoveries) or a textbook.