Thanks are due to Ilaria Melconi of Elsevier for facilitating the use of the Scopus database and Professor Paul Goldberg who kindly supplied copies of his two papers cited here. The comments of two anonymous reviewers helped to focus my thoughts in the original draft of this article, but it should be noted that the views expressed here, some of which may be considered contentious, are solely my own.


Cite this as: Howard, A.J. 2019 Environmental Archaeology, Progress and Challenges, Internet Archaeology 53.

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