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when was the last time you read an archaeological report from cover to cover?
kevin wooldridge Wrote:

yep - this looks like a fine piece of work writen by somebody who can write with a positvely brilliant preface. it is a dissertation not a commercial archaeological report. i wont bother reading it all because i dont need to know all that it contains but i would pay for and read a glossy 'coffee table' summary
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers

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