Archaeology -- Periodicals
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- Writing as Material Practice: Substance, Surface and Medium (London: Ubiquity Press, c2013), ed. by Kathryn Piquette and Ruth Whitehouse (PDF at Ubiquity Press)
- A Text-Book of European Archaelogy, Volume I: The Palaeolithic Period (only volume published; Cambridge, UK: At the University Press, 1921), by Robert Alexander Stewart Macalister
- The Epoch of the Mammoth and the Apparition of Man Upon the Earth, by James Cocke Southall (page images at MOA)
- Manners and Monuments of Prehistoric Peoples, by Jean-François-Albert du Pouget Nadaillac, trans. by N. D'Anvers (Gutenberg text)
- Archaic England: An Essay in Deciphering Prehistory From Megalithic Monuments, Earthworks, Customs, Coins, Place-Names, and Faerie Superstitions (London: Chapman and Hall, 1919), by Harold Bayley
- Opuscula Archaeologica Oscari Montelio, Septuagenario, Dicata D. IX M. SEPT. A. MCMXIII (in German; Stockholm: I. Hæggstrœm, 1913), ed. by Bernhard Salin (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
- The Prehistoric World: or, Vanished Races, by Emory Adams Allen (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
- Mesopotamian Archaeology: An Introduction to the Archaeology of Babylonia and Assyria (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1912), by Percy Stuart Peache Handcock (multiple formats at Google)
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