Issue: Garden archaeology

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Abstract The handbook looks at the methods used within the sub-discipline. The book traces the development of the genre with particular reference to the advances made in the last twenty years. Chapters deal with the historical background to gardens and designed landscapes, excavation techniques in the era of development archaeology as well in the research field, survey, geophysics, and air photography; a chapter on environmental sampling techniques brings together the most recent thinking on this vital aspect of garden archaeology in one place. To conclude, the book gives a series of case studies including recent projects undertaken in the UK. Contributions include
Author Christopher K Currie
Publisher Council for British Archaeology
English Heritage
Year of Publication 2005
Volume 17
Number of Pages: 178
ISBN 1-902771-48-6
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Source The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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URL: http://www.archaeologyuk.org/books/Currie2005
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Abstract
Christopher K Currie
Robin Turner
123 - 127
Robin Turner
128 - 130
Martin Locock
131 - 136
Iain Soden
148 - 152
Paul Stamper
167 - 168