Landscape Archaeology

How human activity shapes and is shaped by the natural and built environment: GIS and surveying techniques, aerial archaeology, landscape phenomenology, settlement patterns, and the ways in which societies and power relations are spatially structured.

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  1. Along Prehistoric Lines

    Along Prehistoric Lines: Neolithic, Iron Age and Romano-British activity at the former MOD Headquarters, Durrington, Wiltshire [Paperback]

    Steve Thompson(Author); Andrew Powell(Author)

    $21.76

    ISBN: 9781911137047
    Published by : Wessex Archaeology
    Series: Wessex Archaeology Occasional Paper
    An excavation in 2010–12 on the site of the former Ministry of Defence (MoD) Headquarters in Durrington, Wiltshire, revealed evidence spanning the post-glacial to the post-medieval periods. It lies immediately north-east of ... .... Learn More
  2. Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of the Swale-Ure Washlands, North Yorkshire

    Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of the Swale-Ure Washlands, North Yorkshire [eBook (PDF)]

    David Bridgland(Editor); Jim Innes(Editor); Wishart Mitchell(Editor)

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    ISBN: 9781842176146
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Reporting on a multi-disciplinary project this book seeks to reconstruct the history since the last glaciation of the area between and including the middle reaches of the Rivers Swale and Ure in Yorkshire. Included in this history are both natural... .... Learn More
  3. Managing Archaeological Landscapes in Northumberland

    Managing Archaeological Landscapes in Northumberland: Till Tweed Studies Volume 1 [eBook (PDF)]

    D. G. Passmore(Author)

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    ISBN: 9781782973126
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    The Till-Tweed river catchment areas in Northumberland contain outstanding archaeological and palaeoenvironmental remains which have been in general only poorly understood. This study has assembled detailed data that will provide a platform for fu... .... Learn More

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