Graham Philip

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The following text was incorrectly omitted from the Acknowledgments: Our co-author Tony J. Wilkinson passed away during the latter stages of preparing this paper. Tony's work transformed landscape archaeology in the Middle East, and he will also be remembered by those who knew him as an unfailingly kind and generous colleague, teacher and friend. We(More)
Over the last 8000 years the Fertile Crescent of the Near East has seen the emergence of urban agglomerations, small scale polities and large territorial empires, all of which had profound effects on settlement patterns. Computational approaches, including the use of remote sensing data, allow us to analyse these changes at unprecedented geographical and(More)
Mapping in the Homs region of Syria has revealed a hitherto unrecognized staircase of at least 12 gravel terraces of the upper Orontes River. The terrace gravels overlie Pliocene lacustrine marl and have been calcareously cemented into conglomerates, sometimes interbedded with cemented fine-grained alluvium. A tentative dating scheme, based on modelling the(More)
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