ISBN-10:
0759103763
ISBN-13:
9780759103764
Pub. Date:
01/01/2005
Publisher:
AltaMira Press
Reconstructed Past / Edition 304

Reconstructed Past / Edition 304

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ISBN-13: 9780759103764
Publisher: AltaMira Press
Publication date: 01/01/2005
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.78(d)

About the Author

John H. Jameson, Jr. is a senior archaeologist with the National Park Service's Southeast Archaeological Center in Tallahassee, Florida. A recognized leader in public archaeology, he is a key player in the development of training courses for park rangers and archaeologists in the effective interpretation of archaeological resources.

Table of Contents

Part 1 Foreword Part 2 Chapter 1: Introduction Part 3 Part One: Definitions and History Chapter 4 Chapter 2: Walden Pond and Beyond: The Restoration Archaeology of Roland Wells Robbins Chapter 5 Chapter 3: Colonial Williamsburg: Archaeological Authenticity and Changing Philosophies Chapter 6 Chapter 4: National Park Service Reconstruction Policy and Practice Part 7 Part Two: Measuring Effectiveness for Interpretation and Site Management Chapter 8 Chapter 5: George Washington's Blacksmith Shop Chapter 9 Chapter 6: Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort, Wales Chapter 10 Chapter 7: Ancient Qasrin Synagogue and Village, Golan Region Chapter 11 Chapter 8: The Iroquian Longhouse Chapter 12 Chapter 9: Fort Loudoun, Tennessee Chapter 13 Chapter 10: The Ironbridge Gorge, England Chapter 14 Chapter 11: Fortress of Louisbourg, Canada Chapter 15 Chapter 12: Bent's Old Fort and Fort Union Trading Post Chapter 16 Chapter 13: A Case for Preservation-in-place at Homolovi Ruins State Park, Arizona Part 17 Part Three: Virtual Reconstructions Chapter 18 Chapter 14: Modeling Amarna: Computer Reconstructions of an Egyptian Palace Chapter 19 Chapter 15: From Photo-Realism to Integrated Reconstruction in Buildings Archaeology Part 20 Part Four: The Future of Reconstruction Chapter 21 Chapter 16: The Value of Reconstructions: An Archaeologist's Perspective

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