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Past Tense: Studies in the Archaeology of Conflict

Editat de Tony Pollard, Iain Banks
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en Limba Engleză Hardback – 23 Dec 2005
This special issue of the Journal of Conflict Archaeology serves as an introduction to the journal and the field. 13 essays deal with battlefield remains in Europe, Africa, North American and Asia.

Originally published as issue 1 of Volume 1 (2005) of the Journal of Conflict Archaeology.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9789004149762
ISBN-10: 9004149767
Pagini: 298
Dimensiuni: 165 x 242 x 25 mm
Greutate: 0.7 kg
Editura: Brill
Colecția Brill
Locul publicării: Leiden, Netherlands, Netherlands

Notă biografică

Tony Pollard MA, Ph.D., MIFA, FSA Scot is based at the University of Glasgow. In 2000 he co-organised and hosted 'Fields of Conflict', the first international conference on Battlefield Archaeology, which is still held every two years. He was co-presenter of the BBC television series 'Two Men In A Trench', which brought battlefield archaeology to a worldwide audience. He has carried out battlefield projects in the UK, Africa and South America and has published widely on this and other aspects of archaeology.
Iain Banks MA, Ph.D., MIFA, FSA Scot is Director of Glasgow University Archaeological Research Division. He has worked on numerous battlefield projects in the UK and overseas and is a specialist in geophysical survey. Other research interests include the Atlantic Iron Age and post-medieval rural settlement. He has published widely on various aspects of archaeology.

Cuprins

(alphabetical order by author)
The Tudela Site: Fire and Steel Over Saipan, 15 June 1944, Lon E. Bulgrin
Ancient Bloody Meadows: Classical Battlefields in Greece, John and Patricia Carman
Archaeology of a Great War Dugout: Beecham Farm, Passchendaele, Belgium. Peter Doyle, Peter Barton and Johan Vandewalle
Suffering in Silence: The Political Aesthetics of Pain in Antonine Art, Iain Ferris
Siegefields: An Archaeological Assessment of English Civil War ‘Small’ sieges, Peter Harrington
Building a Model of a Field Fortification of the ‘Thirty Years War’ near Olbramov, Czech Republic,
Václav Matoušek

Survey and Excavation of an Anglo-Zulu War Fort at Eshowe, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, Tony Pollard, Iain Banks
Orphan Heritage: Issues in Managing the Heritage of the Great War in Northern France and Belgium, Jon Price
Battlefields of Class Conflict: Ludlow Then and Now, Dean Saitta, Mark Walker and Paul Reckner
An Island Divided: Politicised Landscapes, Modern Borders and Shifting Identities, Kylie Seretis
The Application of Great War Aerial Photography for Battlefield Archaeology. The Example of Flanders, Birger Stichelbaut
The Battle of Agincourt : An Alternative location?, Timothy Sutherland
Socio-political change on a slave-raiding frontier war, trade and ‘Big Men’ in nineteenth century Sisalaland, Northern Ghana, Natalie Swanepoel