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  • painshill
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    ARCHAEOLOGY WORDSMITH

    There's a great online dictionary and search engine for archaeological terms (worldwide) here:

    www.archaeologywordsmith.com/

    BUT your spelling needs to be good!

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    DICTIONARY OF ARTIFACTS
    Barbara Ann Kipfer

    You can download a copy of Barbara Ann Kipfer’s excellent Dictionary of Artifacts here:

    http://technologyconceptsandconsulti...kwell-2007.pdf

    It covers pretty much everything but is particularly good for explanations of lithic terms.

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    GLOSSARY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL TERMINOLOGY
    University of Manitoba, Canada

    You can download a copy of the Glossary of Archaeological Terminology from the University of Manitoba here:

    http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/arts/d...a/Glossary.pdf

    The emphasis is on terminology relating to North American artifacts.

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    DICTIONARY OF ARCHAEOLOGY
    Ian Shaw & Robert Jameson

    You can download a copy of the Dictionary of Archaeology, edited by Ian Shaw & Robert Jameson from Blackwell Publishers Ltd 1999 here:

    http://www.cultorweb.com/eBooks/Arch...rchaeology.pdf

    The scope of the content is worldwide

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    Understanding Archaeological Terms

    WESTERN ARTIFACTS WEBSITE INFORMATION
    [link provided by member Greywolf22]

    The Western Artifacts website has great information and pictures explaining the terminology of (Native American) artifacts here:

    http://www.westernartifacts.com/museum.htm#Terminology1
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