The remains of distant times : archaeology and the National Trust

edited by David Morgan Evans, Peter Salway and David Thackray

The National Trust has throughout its existence shared with others a concern for the preservation of the varied historical landscapes of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and an appreciation of their meaning and significance. The conference at which most of these papers were presented examined a number of broad themes with related case studies illustrating the wide range of archaeological activity for which the Trust is responsible. Topics included gardens and designed landscapes; historic buildings; industrial archaeology; and historic ecology. The speakers also assessed past achievements and future opportunities, partnerships, working practices and philosophy in the recording, understanding and conservation of an outstanding national archaeological resource.Contributors: PETER SALWAY, ANGUS STIRLING, SIMON JERVIS, PETER FOWLER, JULIAN H. PRIDEAUX, DAVID MORGAN EVANS, RICHARD BRADLEY, OLIVER RACKHAM, CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR, PAUL EVERSON, ISABEL RICHARDSON, R. ANGUS BUCHANAN, MARILYN PALMER, GARETH BINNS, PRISCILLA BONIFACE, MICHAEL PITTS, TIMOTHY DARVILL, NICHOLAS JOHNSON, SUSAN DENYER, PHILIP CLARIS, KATHERINE A. HEARN, JO BURGON, RICHARD KEEN, ROSAMUND M.J. CLEAL, ANGUS WAINWRIGHT, TIFFANY HUNT, DAVID THACKRAY, GEOFFREY WAINWRIGHT

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  • Archaeology and the National Trust, Sir Angus Stirling
  • shared history, shared purposes - opening address by the President of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Simon Jervis
  • landscape - personality, perception and perspective, Peter Fowler
  • A is for archaeology, Julian H. Prideaux
  • national landscapes, National Parks, national figures and the National Trust, David Morgan Evans
  • ancient landscapes and the modern public, Richard Bradley
  • Hatfield Forest, Oliver Rackham
  • the archaeology of gardens and designed landscapes, Christopher Taylor
  • Bodiam Castle, East Sussex - a 14th-century designed landscape, Paul Everson
  • case study - a Selworthy cottage, Isabel Richardson
  • landscape with engines, R. Angus Buchanan
  • mills in the landscape, Marilyn Palmer
  • archaeology in education, Gareth Binns
  • the tourist as a figure in the National Trust landscape, Priscilla Boniface
  • the vicar's dewpond, the National Trust shop and the rise of paganism, Michael Pitts
  • landscapes, archaeology and the National Trust, Timothy Darvill
  • safe in our hands?, Nicholas Johnson
  • buildings in the landscape, Susan Denyer
  • historic landscape studies, Philip Claris
  • ancient and modern in nature conservation, Katherine A. Hearn
  • "tread lightly" - public access and archaeology, Jo Burgon
  • the archaeology of an industrial society?, Richard Keen
  • interpreting Avebury - the role of the Alexander Keiller Museum, Rosamund M.J. Cleal
  • Orford Ness, Angus Wainwright
  • the National Trust and World Heritage Sites, Tiffany Hunt
  • past significances, future challenges, David Thackray
  • secured for the future?, Geoffrey Wainwright.

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書名 The remains of distant times : archaeology and the National Trust
著作者等 National Trust
Salway, Peter
Society of Antiquaries of London
Thackray David
Evans David Morgan
シリーズ名 Occasional papers of the Society of Antiquaries of London
出版元 Published by Boydell Press for Society of Antiquaries of London and National Trust
刊行年月 1996
ページ数 ix, 235 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0851156711
NCID BA87385870
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス