The Archaeology of Fazzan, Volume 3: Excavations of C.M. Daniels
Edited by D. J. Mattingly (2010)
This volume contains reports and analysis on a series of excavations carried out between 1958 and 1977 by the British archaeologist Charles Daniels, lavishly illustrated by site plans and numerous colour photographs – particularly of the rich artefact assemblages recovered. The publication is a high-profile and significant landmark in work seeking to record information about Libya’s long-term Saharan heritage. It is an indispensable reference work to the nature of Libya’s Saharan archaeology.
612 pages; 492 figs (many in colour); 64 tables; Arabic summary.
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