Making Sense of an Historic Landscape

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Why is it that in some places around the world communities live in villages, while elsewhere people live in isolated houses scattered across the landscape? How does archaeology analyse the relationship between man and his environment? Making Sense of an Historic Landscape explores why landscapes are so varied and how the landscape archaeologist or historian can understand these differences. Local variation in the character of the countryside provides communities with an important sense of place, and this book suggests that ...

Making Sense of an Historic Landscape 2012, Oxford University Press, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780199533787

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