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Mobile landscapes and their enduring places

Mobile landscapes and their enduring places / Bruno David, Jean-Jacques Delannoy, Jessie Birkett-Rees.
9781009181594 (ebook)
9781009467797 (hardback)
9781009181587 (paperback)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2024.
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This Element presents emerging concepts and analytical tools in landscape archaeology. In three major sections bookended by an Introduction and Conclusion, the Element discusses current and emerging ideas and methods by which to explore how people in the past engaged with each other and their physical settings across the landscape, creating their lived environments in the process. The Element reviews the scales and temporalities that inform the study of human movements in and between places. Learning about how people engaged with each other at individual sites and across the landscape deep in the past is best achieved through transdisciplinary approaches, in which archaeologists integrate their methods with those of other specialists. The Element introduces these ideas through new research and multiple case studies from around the world, culminating in how to 'archaeomorphologically' map anthropic constructions in caves and their contemporary environments.
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Cambridge elements. Elements in current archaeological tools and techniques

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