Archaeology of Gardens (Shire archaeology series) ePub download
by Christopher Taylor
- ISBN: 0852636253
- ISBN13: 978-0852636251
- ePub: 1978 kb | FB2: 1660 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Archaeology
- Publisher: Shire Publications (April 14, 1983)
- Pages: 72
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The Archaeology Of Gardens book. The Archaeology of Gardens (Shire Archaeology Series).
The Archaeology Of Gardens book. 0852636253 (ISBN13: 9780852636251). The dynamic archaeologist, Christopher Taylor, is a leading practitioner, non-excavational field survey and landscape archaeology, who gained notice through his broadcasts, books, teaching and continuing education classes.
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Taylor, Christopher 1983 The Archaeology of Gardens Princes Risborough: Shire Publications. Bowden, Mark 1999 Unravelling the Landscape: an Inquisitive Approach to Archaeology London: English Heritage. Currie, Chris 2005 Garden Archaeology:A Handbook York: Council for British Archaeology. Harvey, J 1982 ‘Medieval Gardens’ in Medieval Archaeology 26, 243 London: Maney Publishing. Taylor, Christopher 1997 ‘The place of analytical fieldwork in garden archaeology’ in Journal of Garden History 17 (1),18-25 London: Garden History Society
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Part of the Contributions To Global Historical Archaeology book series .
Part of the Contributions To Global Historical Archaeology book series (CGHA). Landed estates in post-medieval England have been studied for many years by archaeologists, geographers and economic and social historians (Clemenson, 1982; Daniels and Seymour, 1990; Rawding, 1992). Manchester University Press, Manchester.
The book is arranged in nine chapters, each dealing. Archaeology of Roman gardens, with special reference to the finds from the Mahdia shipwreck and their potential use in elite gardens. with different aspects of ancient gardens: commenc-. ing with the evidence for these gardens, then house. The Generalife is a series of gardens and pavilions; known as the summer retreat of the Sultan or the court of irrigation (Attia, 2006). The quadripartite design is mentioned more than one time in the Qur'an hence become a common design for Islamic gardens from Spain to Mughal India (Carroll, 2003;Lehrman, 1980).
To conclude, the book gives a series of case studies including many of the most important recent projects undertaken in the UK. There are interesting contributions from experienced practitioners, Martin Locock and Iain Soden.
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