Part 1: Investigating the Past: Archaeology, History and ScienceChapter 1: Methods of Investigating the PastChapter 2: The Nature of Sources and EvidenceChapter 3: The Destruction and Preservation of EvidenceChapter 4: Reconstructing the PastChapter 5: The Role of Science in Unlocking the PastChapter 6: Ethical IssuesChapter 7: Historical InvestigationPart 2: Case StudiesChapter 8: Tutankhamun's TombChapter 9: Homer and the Trojan WarChapter 10: Ancient Human RemainsChapter 11: Skara BraePart 3: Studies in Ancient Societies, Sites and SourcesChapter 12: Deir el-MedinaChapter 13: TheraChapter 14: Greek DramaChapter 15: The Celts in EuropeChapter 16: The City of Rome in the Late RepublicChapter 17: Alexandria
Toni Hurley has over 30 years' experience teaching history and is presently a tutor in the UTS Bachelor of Teaching program. She lectures at HSC study days and teacher conferences and has led a number of student/teacher study tours to Egypt and Greece.Phillipa Medcalf has taught history for over 30 years and is presently Education Officer in the Museum of Ancient Cultures at Macquarie University. She has lectured in HSC study days and teacher conferences and has also tutored in history teaching method at Sydney and Macquarie universities.Christine Murray is a Senior Ancient History Teacher at Asquith Girls High School. She has taught HSC and junior history for over 30 years and regularly lectures for students and teachers at conferences and HSC study days.Jan Rolph is Head Teacher of History at William Clarke College and has over 30 years' experience teaching HSC and junior history. She has lectured for teachers and students at HSC study days and teacher conferences.