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AbstractThe place-names of Hessia in central Germany are a valuable resource for the study of the early medieval conversion period. A number of them refer to pagan gods and sites of Christian and pagan worship which are unevidenced in the historical sources. These sites are discussed and...
AbstractHistoric Landscape Characterisation (HLC) is a much-debated technique for analysing the landscape. This article will, firstly, examine the application of the technique to a number of Norfolk parishes at two dates and explore both the benefits and the limitations of the methodology as...
AbstractThe emergence of 'Pine Country' on the broken greensand hills in Surrey in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries further adorned an already picturesque landscape of rolling woods and steep hills. Fir and pine plantations embellished manorial waste and alpine villages were...
AbstractWithin the framework of a Geographical Information System (GIS) study applied to the landscapes of the Qlibya and Beja regions of Northern Tunisia, the author investigates the programme of Roman agricultural colonisation (146 B.C.–A.D. 439): the expropriation of land, the re-structuring...
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