Prehistory at Cambridge and Beyond (Paperback)
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Short Description for Prehistory at Cambridge and Beyond Grahame Clark's book examines the development of prehistoric archaeology at Cambridge and the achievements of its graduates.
- Published: 08 January 2009
- Format: Paperback 188 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780521101943 ISBN 10: 0521101948
- Sales rank: 1,205,422
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Grahame Clark's book examines the development of prehistoric archaeology at Cambridge and the achievements of its graduates, placing this theme against the background of the growth of archaeology as an academic discipline worldwide. Prehistory in Cambridge began to be taught formally in 1920 and emerged as a full tripos soon after the Second World War. From the outset it focused on the aims and methods of archaeological research, providing in addition for combinations of study options ranging from early prehistory to the archaeology of the major civilisations of the Old World and the protohistory of Northern Europe. The measure of its success is shown by the achievement of Cambridge graduates at home and overseas in both the study and the field. A significant outcome of their work has been the widespread recognition of archaeology as a subject of broad educational value, not merely for undergraduates, but for human beings the world over.