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A PHENOMENOLOGY OF LANDSCAPE: PLACES, PATHS AND MONUMENTS

@inproceedings{Sherratt2010APO,
  title={A PHENOMENOLOGY OF LANDSCAPE: PLACES, PATHS AND MONUMENTS},
  author={Andrew G. Sherratt},
  year={2010}
}
Landscape has long been central to archaeology as the context within which sites and monuments are preserved, and as a long-lived dynamic entity deserving explanation. Intellectual tussles over the interpretation of ancient landscapes have seen the pendulum of endeavour swing back and forth between Romanticist and Enlightenment traditions but always driving thinking forward in what Andrew Sherratt characterised as the "European cultural dialectic". The mid20th century belonged to Modernists… 

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