Understanding the Archaeology of Landscapes
A guide to good recording practice
This guide describes and illustrates approaches to archaeological survey, drawing conventions and Levels of Survey for record creators and users.
It provides practical guidance on the recording, analysis and understanding of earthworks and other historic landscape features by non-intrusive archaeological survey and investigation.
- Analytical earthwork survey
- Drawings and reports
- Recording Levels: a description
- Archaeological drawing conventions
- Case Studies
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
- Product Code: 51320
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