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      Building Past Landscape Perception With GIS: Understanding Topographic Prominence

      Journal of Archaeological Science

      Elsevier BV

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          Exploring the topography of mind: GIS, social space and archaeology

          The later-prehistoric linear ditches that divide the chalk landscape of Wessex, south England, are markers in an area. It is a topographic space. The ditches seem to be placed with a view to their visibility in the landscape. It is a human topographic space. A GIS study of the ditches' place, in terms of what a human sees in moving acros undulating ground, goes beyond that environmental determinism which underlies many GIS studies.
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            Phenomenology and the Megaliths of Wales: a Dreaming Too Far?

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              Gibsonian Theory and the Pragmatist Perspective

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                Journal of Archaeological Science
                Journal of Archaeological Science
                Elsevier BV
                03054403
                September 2001
                September 2001
                : 28
                : 9
                : 1005-1014
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                10.1006/jasc.2001.0720
                © 2001

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