FIELDS OF CONFLICT: Battlefield Archaeology from the Roman Empire to the Korean...
"Scott, D 700p. 2 volume Hardback. the ways in which battlefield archaeology clarifies our understanding of military tactics and strategy over the last 2000 years. These two volumes not only reveal new interpretations of classic battles, but show clearly how archaeology can be used regardless of geographic or temporal location, making this an ideal book for general reader and professional archaeologist or soldier alike. First showing the reader how to identify a battlefield from earthworks and particular artefacts, the authors then move to examining some of the best preserved battlefields in the world, from the ancient world, through the middle ages to World Wars I and II and the Korean war"
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