In recent years a range of formal methods of spatial analysis have been developed for the study of human engagement, experience and socialisation within the built environment. This volume brings together contributions from a number of specialists in archaeology, social theory, architecture, and urban planning, who explore the theoretical and methodological frameworks associated with the application of established and novel spatial analysis methods in prehistoric and historic built environments. The authors discuss the relationship between space and social life from different perspectives and provide many illuminating examples of computer-based spatial analysis methods in archaeology.The Digital Heritage of Archaeology a Proceedings of the 30th CAA Conference, Heraklion, Crete, April 2002, Athens, pp. ... Harley, J. B., and Woodward, D. (1987 ) The History of Cartography. ... Horowitz, W. (1998) Mesopotamian Cosmic Geography, Winona Lake, Ind. Huggett, J. (2004) aArchaeology and the New Technological Fetishisma, in: Archeologia e ... Kvamme, K. L. (1983) A Manual for Predictive Site Location CONNECTING LANDSCAPES WITH BUILT ENVIRONMENTS 131.
|Title||:||Spatial analysis and social spaces|
|Author||:||Eleftheria Paliou, Undine Lieberwirth, Silvia Polla|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 2014-04-01|