Introducing Archaeology is the first in a series for the general reader who has taken an interest in archaeology and as a primer for students making archaeology a course subject or profession. The book includes the history of archaeological research including the development in theory and practice of modern methods of excavation, recording, itnerpretation, and dating. 95 pages. Dr. Michael Avi Yonah was Professor of Classical Archaeology and the History of Art at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He aslo served as Records Officer in the Department of Antiquities, Palestine, and Reserach secretary for the Department of Antiquities, Israel. He has excavated at Husifa, Masada, Caesarea, Avdat, and Jerusalem and is the author of several books including Mosaic Pavements of Palestine, Abbreviations in Greek Inscriptions and A History of the Holy Land.