Oxford Bibliographies : Archaeology : Oxford Bibliographies Online are comprehensive subject bibliographies, which provide an up-to-date overview of the most recent and authoritative scholarship in a given field.
Oxford Handbook of Archaeology : This book is a comprehensive treatment of the subject and covers all the key debates. It is designed to open up the world of archaeology to non-specialists and to provide a starting point for those who want to pursue particular topics in more depth.
Springer encyclopedia of global archaeology : Contains 1626 entries spanning all regions, eras and topics in Archaeology
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