Along the Border of Heaven by Richard M Barnhart, John P. O'Neill & Joan S. Ohrstrom,

By Richard M Barnhart, John P. O'Neill & Joan S. Ohrstrom, WalterJ.F Yee, Gerald Pryor

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05 ltr. or column s a m ~ l e As above As above (Must be examined (Column sample) in situ by environmental staff) on archaeological sites, the soil conditions in which they survive and what can be learnt from such study. What should be sampled? Before undertaking any environmental analyses the following criteria must be met. Preservation: It is self-evident that an analysis can only proceed if the study material survives. Animal and plant remains do not survive in all archaeological deposits and are dependent on certain sedimentary conditions to promote their preservation.

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