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AbstractIn this article I consider how visitors' perceptions of Stonehenge have changed. It is in three parts: a discussion of Bill Brandt's photography, in particular his work at Stonehenge in 1944 and 1947 (when he shot a famous image referred to here as 'Picture Post Stonehenge'); a...
AbstractUsing modern geographic information systems, it is possible to reconstruct landscapes, not only throughout human history, but also back to the time of the last glaciation. A multi-disciplinary project by Oxford Archaeology North and the University of Liverpool, funded by the Aggregates...
AbstractUnderstanding the evolution of alluvial landscapes requires an appreciation of soils, geology, fluvial geomorphology and climate as well as ecology, history and archaeology. For bedwork water meadows systems, it is antecedent floodplain and channel morphologies that condition layout, yet...
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