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This paper and that which follows are published together to illustrate how two scholars in very different fields can produce entirely different interpretations of an early twelfth-century poem. Using traditional historical evidence Christopher Taylor fits the poetic descriptions into the...
Landscape history is still mainly studied in local or regional projects and within national research traditions. However, an international perspective becomes ever more necessary, not just for scientific reasons, but also in the light of the increasing internationalisation of landscape politics;...
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