Authors for the publication were chosen for their particular knowledge of their assigned topic, and they were encouraged to treat their subject broadly. Inevitably, this worked better in some cases than others, but the scope of the volume ensured that coverage was at least adequate for most periods and superlative for many of them.
Many of the authors are private-sector consultants who summarized their wealth of
personal, often unpublished, survey and site reports. CRM archaeologists always insist that they can
research, reason and write as well as academics. This book affirms that assertion.
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