Manuel de Recherches préhistoriques


    LAST year an eminent English Egyptologist published a handbook for excavators, with especial reference to Egypt, and remarked in his preface that “a complete archaeological training would require a full knowledge of history and art, a fair use of languages, and a working familiarity with many sciences.” The present work embraces a large number of subjects that should be familiar to the practical archæologist, especially if engaged in field-work on French soil.

    Manuel de Recherches préhistoriques.

    Issued by the Société préhistorique de France. Pp. 332; with 205 figures and 4 plates. (Paris: Schleicher Frères, éditeurs, 1906.) Price 8 francs.

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