Plateau: Big Picture Archaeology
Author: David R. Wilcox
Publication Date: Spring/Summer 2005
Volume 2, Number 1
“During the past twenty years, David Wilcox has continued to think about the ‘Big Picture’ issues in Southwestern archaeology. Although the study of artifacts remains important to Wilcox and his colleagues at the Center for Desert Archaeology in Tucson, relationships among the sites themselves. Using computer technology unavailable to previous generations of archaeologists, as well as aerial photography and sophisticated dating techniques, their study of the size and distribution of sites across the landscape yields illuminating new perspectives. Those perspectives enable us to develop new syntheses of Southwestern archeology.” - Dr. Robert G. Breunig, President Emeritus
Plateau magazine is dedicated to inspiring and educating readers by showcasing the scientific, artistic and cultural wonders of the Colorado Plateau region.
A publication of the Museum of Northern Arizona
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