Paul Blinkhorn writes: > It's not just in Scotland, believe me. Here dahn
sarf, like many artefact analysts, the first contact I usually have with a
site dug by a commercial unit is when a box of finds arrives on my desk with
a note asking me to write a report on the contents.
Same here. Anyone remember a document called M.A.P. II? It is often
cited in briefs and tender documents but in practice the sections which
specify that specialists should be consulted during the planning stages of
an excavation project are simply ignored. I wonder why that should be?