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It is very difficult to obtain absolute historical datings of road features found at archaeological excavations. Nevertheless, various physical dating methods have been developed for this purpose, including Optical Stimulated Luminescence (OSL). After a small-scale archaeological campaign,...
The late twelfth–early thirteenth-century Fedderate Charter gives a unique view of aspects of the thirteenth-century landscape of North-east Scotland that is not available from other sources. It is a multi-purpose document shedding light on agricultural, economic and social change, landscape and...
Elements of the eighteenth-century water management system at Rufford Abbey, a significant Nottinghamshire estate and once Cistercian monastery, are still visible in its landscape. From estate plans, accounts and correspondence it has been possible to reconstruct an extensive water system...
Reservoirs change and control how water moves through the landscape. This article explores a key period in the development of reservoir technology at the turn of the nineteenth century which involved the construction of large reservoirs, such as Rudyard in north Staffordshire, which pre-date...
The article explores the transformation of the Indian subcontinent’s historic gardens as power changed hands from the Mughals to the British, first as the East India Company (henceforth EIC) and subsequently as the Crown, thus altering not only the political scenario but also the subcontinent’s...
The cultural landscape carries symbolic values or at least narratives that inspire experiences and create identities. Landscape is not just what we see but also how we see it: we use our eyes but interpret with our minds and ascribe values to the landscape for intangible reasons. Heritage...
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